Hard Disk Recording for Musicians
(Music Sales America). A complete, up-to-the-minute guide to the equipment, techniques, and processes of digital audio. Covers computer-based sound editing, digital signal processing, real-world applications, and sampling.
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The Basics of Digital Audio
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AES/EBU allows amplitude analog applications audio data audio production audio systems automation basic bits byte capable CD-I CD-ROM compact disc computer-based copy create crossfade defined delay designed devices Digidesign digital audio workstation digital signal digital signal processing disk-based drum machine editing encoded environment example format frame frequency functions graphics hard disk recording input interface keyboard loop magnetic medium memory messages midi channel midi data midi instrument midi sequence mixer modules multichannel multimedia multitrack multitrack recorder noise original output patch performance personal computer pitch play back playback playlist processor random access range real-time region reproduced S/PDIF sample rate samplefile sampler screen SCSI segment signal processing single SMPTE SMPTE time code song sound effects soundfile data speed standard stereo storage stored studio sync synchronization tape time-code tion tracks transmitted trigger waveform