Digital voice recording
Digital voice recording also known as Sound recording is an electrical or mechanical inscription and re-creation of sound waves. Digital voice recording refers to the recreation of the spoken voice, singing, instrumental music, or other kinds of sound effects.
The process of digitization is utilized in the Digital voice recording. Digital voice recording converts the analog sound signal picked up by the microphone to a digital form allowing it to be stored and transmitted by a wider variety of media. In Digital voice recording the audio is stored as a series of binary numbers representing samples of the amplitude of the audio signal at equal time intervals, at a sample rate so fast that the human ear perceives the result as continuous sound.
Digital recordings are considered higher quality than analog recordings not only because they have higher fidelity which means a wider frequency response or dynamic range but because the digital format can prevent much loss of quality found in analog recording due to noise and electromagnetic interference in playback, and mechanical deterioration or damage to the storage medium. It is important to be kept in mind that the digital audio signal must be reconverted to analog form during playback before it is applied to a loudspeaker or earphones.
Various digital voice recording software have been devised for the digital voice recording. It is essentially a small hand-held device that is used to record voice memos to a memory chip, and play the memos back. It can also be used to record lectures, conferences or conversations.
There are voice recorders for every need purpose. These software have made the digital voice recording easy and his can be done in very less time. The digital voice recording software saves time and tape expense by starting recording automatically when sound is sensed. When the sound stops, recording automatically stops.