The paper discusses the state-of-the-art and future perspectives of control data handling between networked musical instruments, studio equipment, and computer-based recording and sequencing systems. The main discussion introduces ZIPI as a new interfacing standard and determines whether or not it will allow more elaborate production techniques and whether it can be used as a central means for a still compact, but more sophisticated control data storage.
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