Double Your Bits, Double Your Fun

Masciarotte, Oliver
March 2003
Mix;Mar2003, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p94
Focuses on the improvement of digital audio mixing. Standardization of double-precision data interchange; Cause of instantaneous amplitude of signals; Process of mixing music.


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