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demo05_HandOut.DigitalTheorem

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Fundamentals of Music Technology Student Handout Demo 5: Digital Theorem Goals: To observe sampling theorem properties and artifacts in audio and visual media. This demonstration is comprised of 4 experiences: 1. Continuous vs Discrete 2. Quantization and Resolution 3. Audio Aliasing 4. Strobe & Video frame rate aliasing Experience #1: Questions for the Students: Please give some examples of something continuous. Please give some examples of something discrete. What is the difference between these things? Is a potentiometer an example of a continuous or discrete control? Is a switch an example of a continuous or discrete control? Experience #2: Questions for the Students: What positions (values) can we hit with the fader if our continuous input signal is quantized to a depth of 2bits? How does the continuous input respond to noise?
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