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Digital audio playlist

01 Introduction - what is digital audio?

02 Binary and digital data

03 Data size, data capacity and data rate

04 The six physical forms of digital data

05 What is an A to D converter?

06 How do A to D converters work? - Sample rate

07 How do A to D converters work? - Nyquist theory

08 How do A to D converters work? - Aliasing

09 How do A to D converters work? - Jitter

10 How do A to D converters work? - Word length and quanisation

11 How do A to D converters work? - Common word lengths

12 How do A to D converters work? - Setting record levels

13 Down sampling and dither

14 Uncompressed digital audio file formats

15 Compressed digital audio file formats

16 Digital audio interconnection signal types

17 Digital audio synchronisation

18 Connecting audio devices with Toslink leads

19 Connecting audio devices with AES3 or SPDIF coaxial leads

20 Latency

Digital audio 04 The six physical forms of digital data

Level of challenge Intermediate

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