Clipping Demonstration

Clipping occurs when the leading edge of a sound is lost. The most common cause of clipping the the latency between detecting the sound and activating transmission, especially in a circuit switching-based implementation. Packetized voice usually eliminates clipping by sampling and packetizing all samples, then suppressing those that are "empty."

This demonstration has two samples: one with the entire sample as shown below and one with the first 50 milliseconds clipped off.

Source: Screen capture from "CoolEdit" -

Sample without clipping

Sample with clipping

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