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Description of an Audio Editing System Using Computer Magnetic Hard Disk

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This system, with its modular hardware architecture, can easily be expanded to any number of input/output and to any storage capacity.: Intended to be synchronized to an external time-code from a video or audio source, it works with the 32-bit binary code specified in the AES/EBU interface.: The control system makes use of a language based on concepts of tasks (i.e. recording of playing an audio sequence) and linkage of tasks.

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