Computer networks have been used for decades to interconnect multiple computers and other digital equipment. A network provides an economical and efficient way for devices to share data and for users to communicate and share the same piece of equipment (such as a printer or multiple network-capable storage and backup devices).
In the audio world, as channel counts have grown, digital audio systems have taken the dominant role, and various control and storage possibilities have emerged. Audio networking, also known as “audio over IP,” has become a big deal. Just as