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post-production, broadcast and music recording industries.

Digital Audio Converters

Converters
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Digital audio converters have an enormous impact of the quality of your sound. Acting as a means of communication between your analogue and digital equipment, digital audio converters can be the difference between a home recording and a professional production.

There are two stages to the conversion process; analogue-to-digital, also known as 'AD conversion', 'A/D conversion' or simply 'ADC', and digital-to-analogue, also known as 'DA conversion, 'D/A conversion' or simply 'DAC'. In a standard studio setup, an A/D converter might be used to convert the analogue signal from a keyboard, bass amp or guitar pre-amp into a digital signal before outputting it to a DAW. In the same setup, a D/A converter would then be used to convert the digital signal being output from the DAW into an analogue signal before sending it to the studio monitors. Most D/A and A/D converters are housed within the same unit for convenience , like an audio interface. However, it is possible to have a unit that does either ADC or DAC alone.

Digital audio converters can be the make or break of a home or professional studio and it is important to pick the right one for your needs. Please call us if you need further guidance.

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