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An Electronic Music Studio for the Independent Composer
A description of an electronic music studio designed around the use of commercial high-impedance, high-fidelity equipment is presented, and the choice of equipment and its practical configuration for this application are considered. The article has two major objectives: (1) to present to the many composers who are interested in working in this medium an example of the potentialities of a lowcost independent studio, and (2) to indicate to the high-fidelity industry a special direction in which their research is sure to prove fruitful.
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