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Producing Radio Drama Using Networked Digital Audio Workstations
When the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation moved to its new production center in Toronto, the decision was made to create an all-digital production facility to produce radio drama. This paper outlines how the five studios that make up the new facility are interconnected and describes the production methods that have evolved due to the application of this new technology.
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