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Architectural Issues for Parallel DSP Audio Systems
The design and implementation of audio systems through analogue technology is a well understood art. With the success of both professional and consumer digital formats, the audio industry is moving quickly towards an entirely digital signal path. In this paper, the principle architectural issues of implementing digital audio systems with general purpose digital signal processors are discussed. Particular attention is given to the design and performance aspects appropriate to professional audio products.
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