A linear recording of changes and fluctuations in an audio wave based on continuous variations in the electrical output of the audio signal.
recordings of electronic signals associated with audio tapes, videotapes, and telephone transmissions
Method of recording and encoding information by use of a continuously varying signal, rather than by discrete (digital) pulses.
The recording of a continuously variable electronic signal. Analog recording is the basis for all conventional (non-digital) audio and video recording techniques. The recorded signal is a duplicate representation of (analogous to) the original signal. Analog recording's major drawback is the introduction of inherent electronic noise to the recorded signal which increases each time the signal is processed or re-recorded.
A recording in which continuous magnetic signals are written to the tape that are representations of the voltage signals coming from the recording microphone or the video camera.
The common form of magnetic recording where the recorded waveform signal maintains the shape of the original waveform signal.
A recording that is done by recording as a stream of continuous information instead of just pulses or samples.
Recording of audio using an electronic signal that varies continuously. The main drawback of analog recording is the introduction of inherent noise to the recorded signal.
Data are represented as a continuous record of physical variables instead of discrete values, as in digital recording.
Analog (or analogue) recording is a technique used to store audio or video signals for later playback. The first successful demonstration of analogue recording for audio was by Thomas Alva Edison. The first analogues of moving pictures were those of the Lumiere Brothers.