Categories: Standards, Terminology

When we record audio in a digital format, like an MP3 the original signal is sampled, digitized and stored as binary code. When a computer reads this code, it recreates the original audio signal. Some formats (e.g.., mp3) use data compression to reduce the size of the file. There are several common audio formats including wav, flac, mp3, etc. For more information: [here]

Tag: Formats
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