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Lazzarini, Victor E. P.

A Proposed Design for an Audio Processing System

1998

Sunday 10 July 2005, by Leigh Landy

The MUSIC N-family of sound compilers offers a flexible but complex set of tools for computer music composition. These packages are, in a general sense, difficult to grasp by the beginner. Their design is also based on an outdated paradigm of scores and orchestras. New alternatives to such systems are a current necessity. This paper presents the software Audio Workshop as a proposed design for a sound synthesis and processing system. This program offers many synthesis and processing options in a simpler and intuitive way. The paper describes the elements of the program and discusses its design and applications.

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