Designed to make life a little easier by providing all the theoretical background necessary to understand sound reproduction, backed up with practical examples. Specialist terms - both musical and physical - are defined as they occur and plain English is used throughout. Analog and digital audio are considered as alternatives, and the advantages of both are stressed. Audio is only as good as the transducers employed, and consequently microphone and loudspeaker technology also feature heavily - making this the most comprehensive, up-to-date text currently available on all aspects of sound reproduction. Features the latest technology in loudspeaker design Written in easy-to-understand language Compares analog and digital techniquesThe first symbol in the block is used for subcode, and the remaining 32 bytes represent 24 audio sample bytes and eight bytes of ... Figure 11.28 shows an overall block diagram of the record modulation scheme used in CD mastering and theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Art of Sound Reproduction|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 1998|