Digital multitrack

A device for recording multiple channels of digital audio data at various sampling rates. Two formats have survived: the Sony/Studer DASH format and MDM machines of either ADAT or DTRS type. The first digital multitrack recorder was introduced in the late 1970s by 3M, a 32-track recorder called the Digital Audio Mastering System.

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