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Encyclopedia > Sound reproduction

Sound reproduction is the electrical or mechanical re-creation and/or amplification of sound, often as music.

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Sound Recording and Reproduction - MSN Encarta (1287 words)
Sound reproduction, or playback, uses additional devices to retrieve the stored information and convert it back into electrical signals.
Recording and reproduction of sound allow people to play their favorite music, whether it was recorded yesterday or many years ago.
This format is called analog because the form of the sound wave, called the waveform, in the recording is analogous to the original waveform.
sound recording and reproduction: Information from Answers.com (3014 words)
Sound recording and reproduction is the electrical or mechanical inscription and re-creation of sound waves, usually used for the voice or for music.
Sound recording began as a mechanical process and remained so until the 1920s, when a string of groundbreaking inventions in the field of electronics revolutionised sound recording and the young recording industry.
Sound could be recorded, erased and re-recorded on the same tape many times, sounds could be duplicated from tape to tape with only minor loss of quality, and recordings could now be very precisely edited by physically cutting the tape and rejoining it.
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