Adrian Freed

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    Adrian Freed has been responsible for software and systems development at CNMAT since 1989. Before moving to CNMAT he co-developed the Reson8, a multiprocessor signal processing engine based on the Motorola DSP56000 that was optimized for resonance sound synthesis, sound mixing and spatialization. Before this he developed hard disk audio recording technology at WaveFrame. His pioneering work on graphical user interfaces in audio post-production, the MacMix program, resulted in Studer Editech’s widely respected Dyaxis system. His debut in the computer music field came in 1982 at IRCAM where he was responsible for computer systems.  


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