the measurement of a signal level at one specific instant in time.
Digital representation of audio.
A digital "snippet" of a sound, which can be triggered by a MIDI keyboard. Can be a drum sound, orchestral sound or vocal phrase.
In analog to digital signal processing, a sample is taken at regular intervals to establish the electrical potential (voltage) present in an analog system at a given point in time. Each sample is then assigned a digital value. In telephony, sample values are established by a codex, and range from zero to 255. (Though, for most â€œvoice gradeâ€ connections the actual range of codex values is between zero and 127.) Each sample value is transmitted across the digital phone network and used to re-create a facsimile of the original analog signal at the other end of a phone connection.
A sample is a measurement of the input signal at an instant in time.
An integer (of at least 16 bits) that corresponds to a voltage measured at a given instant by an analog-to-digital converter. Samples are written by putvec and read by getvec.
Usually measured in bites, it is the smallest part of a sound wave. Typically a sample contains 8 or 16 bits.
Refers to a digitally created piece of music, sound, or noise. Samples are sometimes also known as audio objects and are the basis for your arrangement in the MAGIX music maker.
A digital image of an analogue sound. Samples can be looped and played back at different pitches. A sample can also be one amplitude measurement in a digital recording.
a brief digital recording
a digital representation of a sound wave
a digital representation of a waveform produced by an instrument
a digitized sound included
a measurement at a point in time of what you might picture as the audio "waveform
a single digitized point of the original continuous, or analog, signal
a single measurement of amplitude
a single sweep of the detector, which occurs once per second (which is the same as once per lookangle, since lookangles are measured at each sweep through the detector, too)
a single value that describes the amplitude of the audio signal at a single point in time, on a single channel
a small digital sound file of an instrument, voice, or other sound effect
A Sound bite stored as digital data on your PC.
is a digital recording of a single instrument playing a single patch.
A digital recording of a sound. Most electronic keyboards and digital pianos store numerous samples of different instruments and sounds on memory chips inside the keyboard and play them back when you depress a key. The process of obtaining these samples is called sampling.
1) In digital recording, to measure the level of a waveform at a given instant. 2) To record a short segment of audio for the purpose of playback later. 3) The short recording (made per definition 2).
A small piece of digital audio used as an instrument in wavetable synthesizers and modules.
Value of an analog or continuous signal at a single point of time (see Digitize.)
In the context of audio, the digital representation of the analog voltage.
Measurements of the amplitude of an analog sound. The time intervals between samples is called the sample rate.
A single digital measurement of analog information. A snapshot in time of a continuous analog waveform.
To record and sample acoustic or other sounds in order to manipulate them with a sequencer.
Representation of analogue signal in digital form (numbers). Samples are more convenient for digital systems storage like computers, CDs, etc. A sampler uses digital sound presentation to produce "instruments" out of samples.
The name given to the recording of an acoustic sound which is then incormorated into a digital instrument.