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Elementary and Basic Aspects of Digital Audio
This first paper of the conference on digital audio is intended for those who prefer a basic introduction. The goal of the conference is to bring all participants to a high level, but we begin at the beginning. Some will feel free to sip this paper or else read it as entertainment.: Digital audio has only a few basic ideas that may be unfamiliar. All of the power of digital audio derives from these few ideas. The problem becomes large only when we wish to implement very high performance systems performing very complex tasks. Begin mastering digital audio with an open mind, and you will find that it is really quite simple.
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