Digital audio workstation

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A digital audio workstation (DAW) is an electronic device or application software. It is used for recording, editing and producing audio files. DAWs come in a wide variety of configurations from a single software program on a laptop, to an integrated stand-alone unit, all the way to a highly complex configuration of numerous components controlled by a central computer. Regardless of configuration, modern DAWs have a central interface that allows the user to alter and mix multiple recordings and tracks into a final produced piece.[1]

DAWs are used for the production and recording of music, songs, speech, radio, television, soundtracks, podcasts, sound effects. It is also used for any other situation where complex recorded audio is needed.

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  1. Kefauver, Alan P.; Patschke, David (2007-01-01). Fundamentals of Digital Audio, New Edition. A-R Editions, Inc. p. 133. ISBN 9780895796110.