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DAW

(Digital Audio Workstation) Software running on a Mac or Windows computer that is used by professional sound engineers to record and mix digital audio tracks. A DAW is used to combine dialogue, music and special effects such as reverberation and delay. Many of the features of high-end audio editing software can be provided with open source software (see sound editor). See MDM.
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One, Nicholas Michael Nurse, wrote: "Hope they found Simon Daw safe and well.
UK Coal has described the UDM claim that Daw Mill's life could be extended as 'speculative.
Its owners, UK Coal, admitted HS2 would mean much of Daw Mill's coal could not be mined.
7 million tonnes a year, Daw Mill can remain viable for some time to come.
The threat to the local Coventry and Warwickshire economy is the potential loss of around 600 jobs with the run down of Daw Mill by 2014 but locally recent history has proved that redundant colliery sites can be transformed into large scale employment in the form of distribution parks.
Development work on the last coalface at Daw Mill is due to start in May but the UDM spokesman added: "There are still men who believe they are playing a game, but it looks like the odds are on shutting in 2014, unless we get a cash injection.
The girl who Daw filmed at TK Maxx, on Church Street, in Liverpool, said in a statement: "I felt sick when he was filming me around the shop.
Cpl Daw, from Pontprennau, had failed to return to their base after a night out and his body was discovered two months later.
He said all the young soldiers idolised Cpl Daw and described him as a passionate person who didn't do things by halves.
He added that the borough council had been supporting Daw Mill employees by talking to government departments and holding free jobs and careers fairs, with another one planned for next Thursday, July 18, at Atherstone Memorial Hall.
Union officials from the North Warwickshire colliery, which was forced to close following a huge underground blaze in February, revealed the extent of the financial turmoil facing up to 650 former Daw Mill workers.