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The Impact of Recording Studio Automation on the AES24 Protocol
This paper outlines the areas of recording studio automation that impact upon the AES24 protocol. It examines the special requirements of such automation systems and how they may be addressed by AES24. Such topics as synchronization, determinism of the network, and data interchange are covered when applied to such systems.
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