(term) Aliasing

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    In digital sampling and recording, aliasing is a digital distortion that occurs when the program material being sampled contains frequencies higher than one-half the selected sample rate (called the Nyquist Theorem). Most digital recording devices have filters that remove these frequencies that would otherwise cause aliasing to occur.
    (See Nyquist Theorem)
     
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