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AES24-2-tu (w2004): PROPOSED DRAFT AES standard for sound system control - application protocol for controlling and monitoring audio devices via digital data networks - Part 2, data types, constants, and class structure (for Trial Use)

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AES24-2-tu (w2004): PROPOSED DRAFT AES standard for sound system control - application protocol for controlling and monitoring audio devices via digital data networks - Part 2, data types, constants, and class structure (for Trial Use)
Printing Date: 1999-02-27
Publication History: Pub. 1999 for Trial Use; Withdrawn 2004
Abstract: This proposed standard specifies the class hierarchy for the AES-24 application protocol. AES-24 classes make up the conceptual framework from which AES-24 objects and the AES-24 application protocol and its message definitions are derived. This standard is intended to be used by developers of software and firmware whose applications, devices, or both will be used in conjunction with an AES-24 network. AESSC wishes to provide opportunity for discussion and trial use before the document is presented as a call for comment leading to finalization of the standard. It is therefore initiating a process of public discussion via the Internet. This document has been withdrawn but is available for reference (52 pages)
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