Lesson 3 – Analog vs. Digital



You can get the best sonic results out of your productions by understanding the difference between analog and digital audio and how our digital audio workstations are actually emulations of traditional analog processes, gear, and electronics. Understanding the basics of both of these realms of audio gives us a more knowledgeable foundation for the creation of our own music.

Objectives:

Be able to define terms used to describe analog and digital by the end of the course, as measured by the end of course quiz.
Be able to explain how analog and digital circuitry works by the end of the course, as measured by the end of course quiz.
Be able to demonstrate his knowledge of analog and digital circuitry by the end of the course, as measured by exercise in the course.
Be able to analyze analog and digital circuitry as related to audio by the end of the course, as measured by the exercise in the course.
Be able to explain the difference between analog and digital audio by the end of the course, as measured by the end of course quiz.

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