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What does the diaphragm in the microphone do?
- The diaphragm moves with changes in air pressure, and the energy represents the sound. (Perfect!)
- The diaphragm changes the the amplitude over time into a waveform. (This is the definition of converter.)
- The diaphragm samples the analog waveform from the microphone. (This is the job of the converter.)
- The diaphragm sends the array of integers representing the sound into the computer. (This is the job of the converter.)
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