(term) TDIF

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    audiokid Chris Staff

    Mar 20, 2000
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    A protocol developed by Tascam for transferring up to eight channels of digital audio across a single wire, and hence known as the Tascam Digital InterFace. Originally developed for their Modular Digital Multitrack (MDM) tape machines, TDIF along with the ADAT interface, are the two most popular formats for the transfer of digital audio where more than two tracks of data are involved.

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