Analog (signal)

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An analog signal as it applies to audio is a signal that is sinusoidal by nature and is both created, stored, and played back using a data set that is focused on describing the amplitude and if it is rising or falling. Analog signals as described typically takes place on a linear scale; but however. in some instances, it can also exist within linear time-invariant paradigms as well. When it does Direct Stream Digital or DSD is most efficient when bringing Analog singal behavior and characteristics into the digital domain.