In Fundamentals of Digital Audio, Alan P.Kafauver and David Patschke present a systematic overview of the elements for digital recording and reproducing sound. With Ideas grounded in the principles of acoustics, the authors exptore the essential issues involved in preserving, transferring, and modifying sound recordings in the digital domain. In addition to references on historic methods of sound reproduction, this book includes detailed information about the latest digital audio technology. Of special interest is the coverage of storage media and compression technologies. The authors detail a comprehensive introduction and evolution of data storage and media standards, including CD/DVD/Blu-ray/HD DVD, as well as fully (but plainly) detailing associated digital audio compression algorithms. They catalog in detail the processes involved in digitally editing recorded sound, presenting a step-by-step editing and mastering session. Fundamentals of Digital Audio is an essential textbook for anyone who wants to better understand or work with recorded sound using today's digital equipment. The book contains many diagrams and illustrations through which the authors share their expertise with the reader, Among the few books that treats this subject both comprehensively and understandably, the new edition of Fundamentals of Digital Audio should continue to be an indispensable text in this area.... of a PCM-1630 system were two data inputs and two data outputs with a word clock input and output, totaling of six connections using BNC connectors on coaxial cable. ... The system was capable of 20-bit quantization, and the first 20 bits were used for the digital audio signal. ... The system was designed to be used with existing professional cables that use a twisted pair and a shield or drain wire.
|Title||:||Fundamentals of Digital Audio, New Edition|
|Author||:||Alan P. Kefauver, David Patschke|
|Publisher||:||A-R Editions, Inc. - 2007-01-01|