Search Real Knowledge
View Sitemap | Search Tips
 Home   Advertise  File Downloads Computer Center Windows XP Tips Vista Tips  Glossary  News Letters  Resources 

Waveform - Definition

Waveform is a type of sound that works like a tape recording: speak into a computer's microphone, and your voice becomes a waveform sound file (typically stored in WAV, AIFF, or AU format). Waveform sounds play back from disk using sound chips in your computer's system board or on an add-in audio card. System sounds, such as the annoying Windows ding.wav file, and downloadable audio clips are all waveform sounds.


Amazon Warehouse Deals • Enjoy Deep Discounts

Return Back To Computer Glossary


Want To Get The Best Prices Available?