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AM radio – the of using .
AM radio band – the portion of the from about 550 kHz to 1600 kHz (in the US—some countries use other ranges) and using .
AM receiver – (1) An device (a ) that receives incoming (AM) and converts them into sound or data.
AM rejection – the ability of an to reject signals from and AM generated by electrical devices and natural sources.
AMS – Audio MIDI Setup. A utility program that comes with the Mac OS X operating system to set up the audio (IO) configurations of the computer and to manage devices.
AMS Neve, Ltd. – a company headquartered in Burnley, Lancashire, UK, that designs and manufactures professional and equipment. It began as Neve Electronics, which was founded in the 1960s by Rupert Neve, who designed and built . Rupert Neve sold the company in 1973 to the Bonochord Group and left the company in 1975. Rupert Neve went into business as ARN Consultants, which eventually became . In 1985 Neve Electronics was acquired by the Siemens group. Siemens then acquired Advanced Music Systems (AMS) and combined it with Neve Electronics in 1992 to form AMS Neve.
AM stereo – the of audio on the using a technique that is compatible with standard . In 1993 the designated (QAM) or (C-QUAM) (similar in concept to FM stereo) as the method for AM stereo broadcasts in the US. Although initially a large number of stations implemented stereo broadcasting, that number soon began to decline due to a lack of receivers and a migration of music to the with AM becoming primarily news, talk, and sports programming.
AMT – .
analog – an system that uses a continuously varying to represent a physical variable, such as the produced by a microphone representing , as opposed to , which uses a stream of digits to represent such a variable. The British spelling is .
analog computer – a type of that uses models to solve problems by representing the data as a continuously variable physical phenomenon, such as electricl or , mechanical rotation of gears, or fluid flow. In contrast, solve problems using numerical values. British spelling .
analog chorus – see .
analog delay – a that runs incoming audio through that the that is then played back after a specified time period. It may add additional effects such as and to create the sounds of an . See also . British spelling .
analog domain – the processing of images, sounds, video, and other data in their original format, as opposed to the .
analog filter – an that reduces certain of an leaving the rest, as opposed to an , which is an that performs a similar operation on a . British spelling . See also .
analog opto-isolator – see .
analog recording – the process of recording for later playback as a continuous in or on an analog , such as on a or fluctuations on a , as opposed to , in which such information is stored as data. British spelling .
analog signal – a continuous in which a variable varies with time and is analogous to some other time-varying variable. For example, an is a signal that represents the varying pressure of . It differs from a in that the quantity is represented by digits and can have only one of a finite number of values. British spelling .
analog synthesis – a method to create and manipulate sound using electronic , , and . This technique was used on older analog and . British spelling .
analog synthesizer – see .
analog television – the system in which were , received, and displayed using technology. The portion of the signal was transmitted using , while the audio was transmitted using . In the US analog television broadcasting ended on June 12, 2009, except for a few educational or low-powered transmitters, and was replaced by (DTV). See also and .
analog-to-digital conversion – the process of changing an into a signal that contains essentially the same information, using an . Abbreviated as and . British spelling .
analog-to-digital converter – an device that converts an into a datasteam. Abbreviated as , and . British spelling .
analyzer – see or .
anamorphic format – a system in which an image is recorded in a narrower to be subsequently displayed or in its original aspect ratio. For example, a widescreen picture can be shot on standard 35-mm in a non-widescreen aspect ratio and then stretched back to the original widescreen aspect ratio when projected.
anatomical transfer function (ATF) – see .
ANC – Active Noise Control. See .
– a musical term indicating a moderate , at a walking pace, typically 72 to 108 bpm. See .
– a musical term indicating a moderate , slightly faster than , typically 77 to 106 bpm. See .
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