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Using Network Technology to Share Music Studio Resources
A network has been created that allows shared access to the various resources of a MIDI-based music studio. Ethernet is used to transmit requests from the workstations to a server residing in a central studio area. These requests relate to booking resources, MIDI patching, audio patching and mixing, and multitrack recorder control. The server has MIDI control over custom-built MIDI patchers, and audio patcher/mixers. A PC-based unit, the MIDINot, has been developed to allow for MIDI transmission on the Ethernet.
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