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Digital Audio Workstation interface designs begin with an overview of the problems encountered with a general approach. The specific applications are approached from a general philosophy of interface design. Progresses into more specific surface design in audio applications. Progresses into interfaces for multiple process integration in the DAW. Progresses to problems of hardware/software interfaces for applications in the DAW.
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