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Architecture of a Digital Mixing Desk and Related Operational Features
Digital mixing consoles, compared to analogue ones, offer additional features like flexible input/output configuration, flexible routing, and increased signal processing parameters setting capabilities. This paper first discusses the hardware architecture of a new digital mixing device, including system integration aspects. Also described is how the control of these additional features is integrated in a standard mixing console operating surface.
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