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“My friend Rod Temperton (who wrote Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’) has a home studio; it’s the weirdest combination of speakers and room parameters that I’ve ever seen in my life, and sounds absolutely fabulous.”- Bruce Swedien

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patch (audio term)

When used as a verb, to patch means to route signal to/from an external device, usually with patchcords and possibly with a patchbay. In synthesizers, a patch is a configured sound that can be recalled for playback. In computer terms, a patch is a correction that fixes functionality problems in a software program.




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