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Computer-Controlled Sound Systems

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Computer control has become a dominant issue in our industry, coinciding with the public's fervor over the information superhighway and the commercailization of digital media technologies. The audio industry is facing a major transformation from traditional analog-based systems, to systems that integrate powerful new digital inforjation technolgies. : This article explores how computer control might change the implementation and operation of future sound systems, and how we can influence the process of this transformation.

JAES Volume 42 Issue 11 pp. 938, 939, 942, 944, 946, 948-950, 952-955; November 1994
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