What does a digital converter do?
- Emits sound from a musical instrument or device.
The sound source emits sound.
- Receives changes in amplitude from the diaphragm in the microphone, quantifies it, and converts it into a digital format.
- Moves with changes in air pressure, and the energy represents the sound
The diaphragm moves with changes in air pressure.
- Changes the array of integers back into an analog signal.
Usually, the computer will handle this job with its sound card.