DAWs & Converters0:44
An introduction to the digital audio workstation and the DAWs & Converters course.
What Can a DAW Do?2:39
The versatile, affordable, powerful DAW is a recorder, editor, mixer, and audio-processing platform.
What Is a Plug-In?4:08
Every DAW uses plug-ins, which can mimic instruments, hardware EQs, compressors, and new types of audio manipulators that have never been seen before.
Digital Audio Conversion5:19
The key to a DAWs virtual world are the converters that take an analog signal and convert it into a language spoken by computers and software.
The digital audio workstation, or DAW, is an essential building block of the modern studio. Knowing the components, features, and tools found in this studio in a box is essential knowledge for all audio engineers, both old and new.
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