LAN

LAN is short for Local Area Network which describe a group of computers, associated devices and also peripherals in limited area that are interconnected into a network.

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KBps

KBps is short for Kilobytes per second. It is a measurement of data flow.  

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Kbps

Kbps is short for Kilobits per second. It is a measurement of data flow.

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Icon

Icon is a representation of a file or of an application or a peripheral device and so on as a graphic or symbol in a graphical user interface (GUI).

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IC

IC, short for Integrated Circuit is actually a chip or most accurate a microchip because this electronic component contains thousands of miniaturized components in it, transistors, capacitors, resistors. One microchip replace large circuit boards and in this way it is possible to design more efficient everything and compact and still containing the functionality of thousands of components.

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A/D Converter (ADC – Analog to Digital Converter)

Analog to Digital Converter (or simply put ADC, A/D or A to D) is that device which transforms analog audio signals into digital form / data. The reverse operation of this process is made by a Digital to Analog Converter (DAC). An Analog to Digital Converter is one of the most used devices in today music production industry since the computers are the core of today recording and production studios. Once converted into a digital form, digital audio signals can be processed in a lot of ways, the only limit being the software and the actual music production software solutions can reach the sky.

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MIDI

MIDI, the abbreviation for Musical Instrument Digital Interface represents the industry communications protocol that enables electronic musical instruments, computers, controllers, mixing desks and a lot of other related devices to connect with one another and communicate. This is also the main purpose. Digital instruments and devices can interpret MIDI commands. A single MIDI file can communicate up to sixteen channels of information.

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