Since I’m interested in digtial audio, analog/digital conversion and processing, I scour the web for information from time to time. This has lead me to an excellent blog by a Microsoft developer called The Audio Fool. So what has he written of relevance, so far?
- You can’t hear DC
- DR & THD+N
- Output level
- Always dither before you quantize
- Frequency response
- 32 bit audio redux
- A lesson in dynamic range
- Quantization, sample rate and bits per sample
- Why everything in audio is measured in dB
- Dynamic Range
I’m by no means experienced in digital audio theory, but as an exercise I’ll be writing a bit about what I discover and my thoughts about it. It’s references like the Audio Fool blog which helps me fathom the digital domain sufficiently so that I can create some new angles on the subject.