ProDigi


ProDigi
El ProDigi es un formato multipista digital que utilizaron profusamente marcas como Mitsubishi, Otari y AEG desde finales de la década de 1980, hasta principios de este siglo XXI, cuando fue retirado del mercado. El ProDigi, en su funcionamiento básico, es similar a los magnetófonos multipista analógicos, permitiendo tanto la edición física “a tijera” como la edición electrónica. El ProDigi es muy similar al DASH, la principal diferencia es que permite un número máximo de pistas inferior (32 pistas ProDigi, frente a 48 DASH).

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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