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  • pdq
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Badly drawn waveforms vs. the audio that’s actually output—filters etc
Reply #25
The digital waveform in the first picture is a plot of the samples. It is a correct plot of the samples .

Not quite. It is a plot of the samples with straight lines drawn between them, something no DAC would ever do.

  • KMD
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Badly drawn waveforms vs. the audio that’s actually output—filters etc
Reply #26
The digital waveform in the first picture is a plot of the samples. It is a correct plot of the samples .

Not quite. It is a plot of the samples with straight lines drawn between them, something no DAC would ever do.



true,  true,  adding the lines is dubious.    I used audacity a few years ago and as I remember the lines switch off at the sample resolution magnification. I wonder what software  the original "plots" came from.

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Badly drawn waveforms vs. the audio that’s actually output—filters etc
Reply #27
just checked audacity  , the lines stay on .