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Assessing the Standardization of an Existing iOS Control Application to AES64-2012 Network Protocol

The recent publication of AES64-2012 standard has motivated the comparison of Master Audio’s own IP network control protocol against the new standard, in order to assess its interoperability or adaptability. This brief analyzes what AES64 means for manufacturers with existing control protocols who are willing to seek standardization. The protocol used for this assessment was developed for controlling self-amplified PA systems (built-in amplifier and processing), and is fully functional under Windows and iOS (iPad). Finally, a brief guide on how to face standardization is given from the manufacturer point of view.

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