Definitions for "Dynamic Allocation"
Dynamic Allocation defeats any pre-assigned output channel assignments and assigns the output channels according to a modified circular algorithm. (Used to assign any available voice to whatever sound that needs to be played at that time.)
The storage of information in the computer's memory (called the heap) while the program is running.
The method of voice allocation used by many electronic keyboards whereby the most recently played notes are sounded and older notes muted ("robbed") as needed.
A cryptographic exchange of a pseudo random number or time variant data that mutually authenticates the ICC and the SAM