CHAPTER 7 The Digital Audio Workstation






Over the history of digital audio production, the style, form and function of hard-disk recording has changed to meet the challenges of faster processors, reduced size, larger drives, improved hardware systems and the ongoing push of marketing forces to sell, sell, sell! As a result, there are a wide range of system types that are designed for various purposes, budgets and production styles. As new technologies and programming techniques continue to turn out new hardware and software systems at a dizzying pace, many of the long-held production limitations have vanished as increased track counts, processing power and affordability have changed the way we see the art of production itself. In ...

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