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The Task of Automated Consoles in Live Applications and Consequent Improvements to Engineer Operating Methods

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The paper describes, for each field of live application, the principles and operating features of an analog automated console with computer-controlled operation. It surveys the major changes in the operating methods for the engineer, and explains how and why this type of equipment is now considered a standard by French live sound engineers and by venue technical directors.

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