Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), the digital audio processing station, is the name given to the environment in which audio recording and editing operations are performed in an electronic system. It is also possible to associate the MIDI to digital audio in the audio editing programs. DAW according to analogue systems It provides a great ease and speed for people working on issues such as recording, editing, mix, mastering. Edit errors in tape records do not cause problems such as losses caused by electromagnetic field. The operations on the audio are done via virtual processor, not through many cables. In a studio, such as a studio, a large box (PC-MAC) puts a lot of hardware equipment into a small box. This type of operation is called "in the box". Nowadays, many senior sound engineers, mastering engineers, producers and so on. People prefer to use DAW. Major programs include Pro Tools, Cubase, Cakewalk Sonar, Logic Pro, Adobe Audition, Lmms, Digital Performer, and Reaper.
First, the sound converted into analogue electrical signals is converted to digital data in electronic form. The sound processed on the computer is converted to an analog signal and output to the audio output devices when output is output. A / D / A (Analog-to-digital-to-digital-to-analog translation) systems are typically used on DAWs, for audio. In the systems using A / D / A, the acoustic signal has a far more distant effect than natural systems compared to analogue systems. For this reason, the main choices nowadays are the sounds obtained by mixing the analog and digital systems together. In order to reach the naturalness of the electronic circuits, the program producers are constantly looking for new technologies by improving themselves.

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