Three-Level Audio Object Display for a Personal Computer Audio Editor
Original Publication Date: 1988-Mar-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-14
A method is described to provide the needed levels of audio object display required to support a wide variety of audio editing functions for the audio novice as well as experienced audio technicians. The method provide a visual display of audio objects (digitized tracks) that allow the operation of the Audio Editors function. This solution involves 3 levels of display, each of which support the full range of editor functions. These 3 levels are as follows: (Image Omitted) 1. Level 1, shown in Fig. 1, always shows the complete audio objects currently selected. The time scale is scaled to the longest audio track in either of the selected objects. All marked time points are shown and identified with a single character (digit) ID. 2. Fig.