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Table Of Contents  CertiGuide to A+ (Core Hardware)
 9  Chapter 1000:  Multimedia
      9  V  Sound

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Wavetable Synthesis

This technique uses recordings of actual sounds that are stored in a ROM chip on the sound card.

When one of the sounds is applied to the digital signals produced by the MIDI instrument, the resulting sound is a near-perfect reproduction of real sound.

Most sound cards that support Wavetable Synthesis come with Wavetable RAM that stores predefined, and in some cases user defined, sound samples in the memory.


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