Digital Recording and Signal Processing

  • John Eargle

Abstract

Commercial digital recording of music dates from 1972, when the Nippon Columbia Company introduced an eight-channel digital converter for use with a quad format video recorder. By the end of the 1970s, a number of formats had been developed, and during the decade of the 1980s digital recording established itself as a virtual standard for twochannel mixdown activities. While there are two contending standards for digital multichannel recording, that area is still dominated by analog technology, largely due to the high costs of digital.

Keywords

Nyquist Frequency Error Concealment Digital Audio Burst Error Digital Domain 
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  • John Eargle

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