Web Technologies Unit 5
Terms in this set (10)
The height of the wave, as it relates to the sound's volume; the higher the height of the wave, the higher the volume.
A type of audio that can be easily distorted because every sound is measured in recurring patterns.
Used to reduce the size of a digital file.
The measurement of the sound's amplitude; the reproduction and transmission of sound stored in a format that can only be used on a computer.
The process of changing a song's volume to grow fainter and then grow stronger; usually done as a transition between songs.
The speed at which the sound wave moves, as it relates to the sound pitch.
(Musical Instrument Digital Interface) Represents sound by recording each note's pitch, length, and volume; tend to have a synthesized sound.
(Moving Pictures Expert Group) A compressed video or audio file format that is the current standard for exchanging music files over the Internet; the most recent is MP4.
Includes sound and video, processed in a steady and continuous stream as they are downloaded by the browser, a term used to describe the listening or viewing of media via the Internet in real time.
Developed for the Windows operating system and is one of the most common sound formats on the Web.