Digital Audio

Digitising audio is the process of converting sound into a series of numbers. The hardware that does the job is known as an audio to digital converter, usually abbreviated to ADC. A digital to audio converter reverses the process, converting digital audio in a sampler or on a hard drive, for example, to sound that we can hear.
The two most important aspects during conversion are the sample rate and the sample resolution, and these determine the overall quality of the material.

Audio design software is comoonly used for everything from music production to video production

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