Technique used for the recording of analog signals which, among many possibilities, allows analog audio for later playback.- Analog recording
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Any continuous signal representing some other quantity, i.e., analogous to another quantity.
An analog signal is subject to electronic noise and distortion introduced by communication channels, recording and signal processing operations, which can progressively degrade the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR).
Storage of data on a magnetized medium.
Analog recording is based on the fact that remnant magnetisation of a given material depends on the magnitude of the applied field.
Sound recording and reproduction device that records and plays back sounds usually using magnetic tape for storage.
Since some early refinements improved the fidelity of the reproduced sound, magnetic tape has been the highest quality analog recording medium available.
Specialized facility for sound recording, mixing, and audio production of instrumental or vocal musical performances, spoken words, and other sounds.
The typical recording studio consists of a room called the "studio" or "live room" equipped with microphones and mic stands, where instrumentalists and vocalists perform; and the "control room", where audio engineers, sometimes with record producers, as well, operate professional audio mixing consoles, effects units, or computers with specialized software suites to mix, manipulate (e.g., by adjusting the equalization and adding effects) and route the sound for analog or digital recording.
The Dictabelt, in early years and much less commonly also called a Memobelt, is an analog audio recording medium commercially introduced by the American Dictaphone company in 1947.
Commodore's dedicated magnetic tape data storage device.
The Datasette has built-in analog-to-digital converters and audio filters to convert the computer's digital data into analog audio and vice versa.
Method of mitigating the detrimental effects of a channel with limited dynamic range.
Companding is employed in telephony and other audio applications such as professional wireless microphones and analog recording.
Linear time-invariant , such as a microphone, coaxial cable, amplifier, loudspeaker, telecommunications system or ethernet cable.
This distortion can cause problems such as poor fidelity in analog video and analog audio, or a high bit-error rate in a digital bit stream.
American singer, songwriter, musician, and composer best known for his 1976 hit songs "Dream Weaver" and "Love Is Alive", and for his role in helping establish the synthesizer as a leading instrument in rock and pop music.
Shawn Perry of vintagerock.com credits Wright with being "as responsible for the emergence of the synthesizer as a mainstream instrument as Keith Emerson and ... Rick Wakeman", while Robert Rodriguez describes Wright as a pioneer in both "the integration of synthesizers into analog recordings" and the use of the keyboard–guitar hybrid known as the keytar.
Video reproduction of something that recently occurred which was both shot and broadcast live.
Replay from analog disk storage was tried out by CBS in 1965, and commercialized in 1967 by the Ampex HS-100, which had a 30-second capacity and freeze frame capability.