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A Legacy Adapter Component of a 1394-Based Professional Studio Architecture
Digital Harmony Studio is a specification for an IEEE-1394-based studio architecture for professional audio production. The specification identifies a number of device categories, including legacy adapters. Legacy adapters provide a vital link between the pro studio environments and current pro audio devices, and will typically take the form of breakout boxes exposing legacy ports. This paper describes a reference design for the first working device within the 'Legacy Adapter' category of the specification.
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