Linux Audio Backstop

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The Linux Audio Backstop is a system for automated scheduling of audio recording and playback in a broadcast environment. It includes features for controlling external audio switcher devices by means of serial and TCP/IP commands, as well as the ability to record and playback relay closures by means of the line of digital GPIO cards manufactured by MeasurementComputing.
Interface: Command Line
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