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"Analog" Control of Digital Audio Signal Processing

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The proliferation of computer audio workstations has created a need for compatible real-time effects tools. Audio engineers need not only high sound quality but also an intuitive interface to signal processing effects. Hyperprism MIDI offers virtual control sources, graphical sliders and buttons, and free-hand curves traced on the computer screen. The continuously varying quality of these controls restores the rule of metaphoric -analog- regime over the inherent precision of the digital domain.

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