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Digital Audio And Compact Disc Technology

Author: Luc Baert
Publisher: Newnes
ISBN: 1483140393
Size: 19.31 MB
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Digital Audio and Compact Disc Technology, Second Edition presents the principles behind the development of the compact disc digital audio system. The book discusses the aspects of digital audio and compact disc technology, which has revolutionized the way music is recorded and consumed. The text contains chapters that discuss the principles of digital signal processing, such as, sampling, quantization and error correction; codes for digital magnetic recording; an overview of the compact disc medium; compact disc encoding; and digital audio recording systems. Electronics enthusiasts and engineers will find the book informative.

Digital Audio Technology

Author: Jan Maes
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1136118616
Size: 10.49 MB
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An expert team from SONY Europe explains the technology behind today's major digital audio consumer products, including the Compact Disc, MiniDisc, Super Audio CD, DVD-Audio, MP3 and Digital Audio Tape. Beginning with a fascinating overview of the history of audio technology, this fourth edition addresses the principles and technologies which underpin the various formats currently available. Considerable technical detail is provided, with extensive use of illustrations to enhance understanding. Audio engineers, students and hi-fi enthusiasts who want to gain an understanding of the way these technologies have been developed will find no better introduction than this authoritative guide from SONY, a forerunner in the digital audio industry.

Origins And Successors Of The Compact Disc

Author: J.B.H. Peek
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1402095538
Size: 76.45 MB
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In March 1979, a prototype of a ‘Compact Disc (CD) digital audio system’ was publicly presented and demonstrated to an audience of about 300 journalists at Philips in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. This milestone effectively marked the beginning of the digital entertainment era. In the years to follow, the CD-audio system became an astonishing worldwide success, and was followed by successful derivatives such as CD-ROM, CD-RW, DVD, and recently Blu-ray Disc. Today, around the thirtieth anniversary of the milestone, it is taken for granted that media content is stored and distributed digitally, and the analog era seems long gone. This book retraces the origins of the CD system and the subsequent evolution of digital optical storage, with a focus on the contributions of Philips to this field. The book contains perspectives on the history and evolution of optical storage, along with reproductions of key technical contributions of Philips to the field.

The Compact Disc Book

Author: Bryan Brewer
Publisher: Harcourt
ISBN:
Size: 63.24 MB
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Traces the development of the compact disc player, explains how they work, and describes future developments in digital technology

The Compact Disc Handbook

Author: Ken C. Pohlmann
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0198163274
Size: 54.58 MB
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This revised edition of Ken Pohlmann's classic survey of the compact disc world celebrates the 10th birthday of the most successful consumer electronics product ever produced. New material updates the user on the latest technological advances and gives insight into new formats and applications.

Principles Of Digital Audio

Author: Ken Pohlmann
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071441568
Size: 76.60 MB
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Introduction Sound and Numbers Fundamentals of Digital Audio Digital Audio Recording Digital Audio Reproduction Error Correction Digital Audio Tape Interconnection Optical Disc Storage Compact Disc Interconnection Perceptual Coding - Theory & Applications MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 MP3 Codec WMA (Window Media Audio) Surround Sound Coding DVD.

Digital Audio Restoration

Author: Simon J. Godsill
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1447115619
Size: 24.96 MB
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The application of digital signal processing (DSP) to problems in audio has been an area of growing importance since the pioneering DSP work of the 1960s and 70s. In the 1980s, DSP micro-chips became sufficiently powerful to handle the complex processing operations required for sound restoration in real-time, or close to real-time. This led to the first commer cially available restoration systems, with companies such as CEDAR Audio Ltd. in the UK and Sonic Solutions in the US selling dedicated systems world-wide to recording studios, broadcasting companies, media archives and film studios. Vast amounts of important audio material, ranging from historic recordings of the last century to relatively recent recordings on analogue or even digital tape media, were noise-reduced and re-released on CD for the increasingly quality-conscious music enthusiast. Indeed, the first restorations were a revelation in that clicks, crackles and hiss could for the first time be almost completely eliminated from recordings which might otherwise be un-releasable in CD format. Until recently, however, digital audio processing has required high-powered computational engines which were only available to large institutions who could afford to use the sophisticated digital remastering technology. With the advent of compact disc and other digital audio formats, followed by the increased accessibility of home computing, digital audio processing is now available to anyone who owns a PC with sound card, and will be of increasing importance, in association with digital video, as the multimedia revolution continues into the next millennium.

The Compact Disc Handbook

Author: Ken C. Pohlmann
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0198163274
Size: 44.27 MB
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This revised edition of Ken Pohlmann's classic survey of the compact disc world celebrates the 10th birthday of the most successful consumer electronics product ever produced. New material updates the user on the latest technological advances and gives insight into new formats and applications.