Revolutions in sound recording
Revolutions in sound recording

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Revolutions in sound recording

Learning outcomes

By the end of this free course you should be able to:

  • explain correctly the meanings of the emboldened terms in the main text and use them correctly in context;

  • give a brief account of the history of the record industry;

  • describe the methods used for storing analogue audio recordings introduced in the main text, highlighting their technological aspects;

  • make informed judgements as to the quality of a sound recording through analysis of the audio signal.

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