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The acoustic, analog, and digital domains

The acoustic, analog, and digital domains: Foundations of Digital Audio
The acoustic, analog, and digital domains: Foundations of Digital Audio

Sound can exist in three domains: acoustic, analog, and digital. Our ears can only hear acoustic sound. Analog signals are a representation of sound formed out of electricity. Digital audio consists of samples or measurements of an analog signal. Matt explains some of the different tools and different possible ways to work with sound in each of the acoustic, analog, and digital domains.

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