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A high quality digital audio storage system has been developed, using standard computer system modules. The system is very cost-effective, due to its high capacity and the use of ISO-MPEG bit-reduction. The system includes a playback and editing unit. Using a computer network, common audio data may be shared by many different users, not only within a broadcasting company, but also by users in different companies and countries.
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