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A Freely Configurable Audio-Mixing Engine with Automatic Load Balancing
The most important design issue for digital audio mixing consoles is the communication concept that is used to interconnect an array of signal processors. This paper demonstrates the implementation of a digital mixing console that is capable of routing up to 100 audio signal paths. The audio algorithms are on a modular DSP network. Signal paths can be edited with a graphical user interface and are automatically mapped on the DSP network with optimal load balancing.
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