How does sound pressure gets transformed into audio data when recorded on PC?

Based on some reading, here's my understanding of how sound recording works:Microphone outputs a voltage based on sound pressure. The microphone voltage is amplified and the amplified voltage goes into an ADC. The amplifier gain is such that the maximum microphone output is matched to the maximum input voltage of the ADC. The ADC converts the input voltage into a number, and this number's magnitude can depend on the number of bits. So let's say the max input voltage is 5V, this would be 255 for 8 bit, or 65535 for 16 bit. When I record an audio...Read more