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A Proposed Hardware and Software Standard for Digital Audio Signal Processing
There is a plethora of proprietary platforms for professional digital audio signal processing. Many are prohibitively expensive, thereby preventing the mainstream usage of digital signal processing in audio. A standardized, open-architecture system is proposed that would permit low-cost digital audio processing in a competitive, multivendor environment, and availability of a wide variety of software from third-party developers.
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