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Stars to Buses to Stars-The Evolution of Remote Studio Access Topologies
This paper describes an ongoing investigation into the use of networking technology to provide access to shared music studio resources. The goal of the investigation is to see whether it is possible to provide remote, shared, and centralized access to studio resources. The investigation has followed an evolutionary path along which three configurations have been identified and completely or partially implemented. The configurations provide various paths for the flow of MIDI, audio, and studio control data.
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