Since the beginning of reel-to-reel analog tape recording, we have been familiar with quick and cost-saving splice editing. But with the introduction of PCM recording, this popular method had to give way to more versatile electronic editing. Because of its introduction to broadcast program production, it is important to develop more friendly man-machine interface which offers an easy way to search for editing points. A new type of audio editing equipment which we have designed can provide visual clues about the signal being edited. Consequently, the operator can do audio editing more purposefully and rapidly, and free from time restrictions by identifying transient editing point.
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