Global Meets Mobile

Anderton, Craig
April 2011
Pro Sound News;Apr2011, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p24
The article offers information on mobile computing for audio recording, mixing, and mastering. It reports on the compact switching power supplies in portable equipments. It also discusses the solid-state drives that offers larger amount of storage for files including disk drives and flash memory. The audio features of laptop computers are also mentioned.


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