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A 1394-Based Architecture for Professional Audio Production
With the advent of the IEEE 1394 standard, many audio device manufacturers have anticipated its employment within audio production systems, with the hope that future audio production systems will utilize this single connection type for the transmission of all audio and control data. This paper outlines extensive work that has been performed on the design and implementation of 1394 audio production components and, in the process, describes the resolution of the problems that arise when audio and audio device control data pass across 1394.:
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