Wireless Ties Built for Speed

Weiss, David
May 2004
Mix;May2004, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p78
Focuses on the growing significance of high-speed networking in pro audio. Need of recording studios, mastering suites, post houses and DVD producers to secure media at speeds faster than DSL: Emergence of uncompressed audio and video files; Application of electronic delivery in production.


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