How Sound Stores Work

August 1987
Image Technology;Aug1987, Vol. 69 Issue 8, p373
Trade Publication
The article provides information about the Digital Sound Store in sound processing. The new technique provides a reliable method of storing recorded sound with great fidelity as possible. The Digital Sound Store stores a sound in Electrically Programmable Read Only Memory chips (EPROM). The method uses the principle of Pulse Code Modulation whereby an analogue waveform could be converted into a stream of on and off pulses.


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