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Distress signal "SOS" in international Morse (sound) alphabet. the Morse is formed of "dit" and "dah" (of points and features). 1 "dah" equals 3 "dit". The spaces between the letters are equivalent to 1 "dah", except for the SOS, which must be sent as if it were a single letter, that is to say not using an inter-letter interval. Ends with a space between the words equivalent to 7 "dit". Realized on a computer with a sine wave of 800 Hz. For more information on Morse: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morse_code
UCS Category: Communications / Telemetry (COMTelm) ⊕The UCS, for "Universal Category System", is a public domain initiative by Tim Nielsen, Justin Drury and Kai Paquin, among others. This is a list of fixed and consistent categories for classifying sound effects. It provides consistency in a filename structure to make naming and categorizing easier for anyone who maintains their own personal or professional library. Click to display the full UCS list.
Type: Alone sound
Channels: Mono ⊕- Mono : Is single-channel. Typically there is only one microphone, one loudspeaker.
- Stereo : Is a method of sound reproduction that creates an illusion of directionality and audible perspective.
Conditions: Computer ⊕A "studio" sound has been recorded in a reverb-free place.
An "outdoor" sound contains disruptive elements. The sound is not totally pure. There is sometimes a little wind, some rumors, etc.
A "indoor" sound usually contains a strong reverb. It can not, for example, be used to sound an image taken outdoors.
Realism: Foley ⊕Un son "Real" à été enregistré en condition réel. Par exemple : Un brossage de dent avec dentifrice.
Un son "Idealized" à été enregistré en condition réel mais en ne gardant cherchant à coller au plus près de l'idée qu'on se fait de ce son. Par exemple : Un brossage de dent sans dentifrice.
Un "Foley" à été enregistré en studio, avec des astuces de bruiteurs. Par exemple : Un brossage de dent imité avec une brosse à ongle.
Sampling Rate: 48,000 Hz ⊕Search : Defines the number of samples per seconds taken from a continuous signal to make a discrete signal. The unit for sampling rate is hertz.
- 44,100 Hz : CD Audio quality.
- 48,000 Hz : The standard used by professional digital video equipment such as tape recorders, video servers, vision mixers and so on.
- 96,000 Hz : DVD-Audio, some LPCM DVD tracks, BD-ROM (Blu-ray Disc) audio tracks, HD DVD (High-Definition DVD) audio tracks.
Bit depth: 24 Bits ⊕More : In digital audio, bit depth describes the number of bits of information recorded for each sample.
- 16 bits : CD quality audio. A standard used by media professionals.
- 24 bits : DVD-Audio, which can support up to 24-bit audio.
Author: Joseph SARDIN
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