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You Can Build These Analog Synthesizers Like Nintendo's Cardboard Labo Toys

If you’ve never played around with Teenage Engineering’s tiny synthesizers—like its iPod-sized Pocket Operators or the impressively-capable OP-1—you’re missing out on some fun, accessible ways to get into music. And the company is now expanding its Pocket Operators line with a series of new build-it-yourself modular…Read more...
Tags: Gadgets, Music, Science, Diy, Audio, Tech, Nintendo, Instruments, Sequencers, Consumer Tech, Synthesizers, Teenage Engineering, Pocket Operators


A Speaker and Headphones in Coexistence

An evolution of this original design by Deepanjan Sinha, the Plus/Nest 2019 makes the switch from headphones to speaker a seamless experience. Imagine that you’re just getting home from work and in the middle of your favorite song or tuned in to breaking news on your headphones. You want to change out of your work clothes but don’t want to miss anything by removing your headphones. Well, now you don’t have to! As soon as you get home, simply toss your headphone on the Nest and your audio will au...
Tags: Design, Audio, Speaker, Product Design, Headphone, Deepanjan Sinha, Deepanjan SinhaPlus


Dolby quietly preps augmented audio recorder app “234″

Dolby is secretly building a mobile music production app it hopes will seduce SoundCloud rappers and other musicians. Codenamed “234” and formerly tested under the name Dolby Live, the free app measures background noise before you record and then nullifies it. Users can also buy “packs” of audio effects to augment their sounds with EQs settings like “Amped, Bright, Lyric, Thump, Deep, or Natural”. Recordings can then be exported, shared to Dolby’s own audio social network, or uploaded directl...
Tags: Apple, Social, TC, Mobile, Apps, Media, Instagram, Entertainment, Audio, Tech, Dolby, Soundcloud, Alexa, Audio Recording, Dolby Labs, Augmented Audio


The best earbuds for 2019

Over-the-ear headphones offer top-flight sound, but they're not so easy to take along with you. If you're looking to upgrade your portable sound, check out our favorite in-ear headphones -- there's a model for every user and every budget. The post The best earbuds for 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Audio, Trends, Home Theater, Earbuds, Buying Guides, Best Of Everything, 1More Triple Driver, Bose QC20i, Erato Apollo 7


Listen Up: A Bunch of Edifier Products Are On Sale Right Now

Edifier quietly makes some of the best audio equipment on the market. And right now, Amazon is lowering the price on some of their latest products, including the Edifier W860NB Active Noise Cancelling Over-Ear Headphones.Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Audio, Amazon deals, Edifier


A New Spin on the Speaker

In a world full of square speakers, the Dial Sound stands out with its irregular round shape. Minimalistic and modern, the form actually harkens back to a familiar fragment of music’s past — the gramophone.It’s elevated speaker design delivers high-definition audio in whichever direction the user places it. Better yet, it features intuitive controls that include a small on/off switch on the side, a large dial that encompasses the speaker to adjust volume, and hidden LEDs at the front and rear in...
Tags: Design, Audio, Speakers, Speaker, Product Design, BKID Co, Dial Sound


Woman with medical condition can't hear "male voices"

A woman in China reportedly suffering from a rare medical condition supposedly can't hear male voices. Most hearing loss occurs at higher frequencies when the delicate hair-like stereocilia of the inner ear are damaged, but this woman has the much less common reverse-slope hearing loss (RSHL) that affects the ability to hear lower frequencies. From LiveScience: At the hospital, Chen was treated by Dr. Lin Xiaoqing — a woman — who noted that while Chen was able to hear Xiaoqing's voice, she c...
Tags: Post, News, Audio, China, Ears, Dallas, Hearing, Clark, University of Texas, Chen, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Lin Xiaoqing, Xiaoqing, Newsweek Xiaoqing, Jackie Clark, Morten Bisgaard


Lenovo’s ultraportable speaker is as slim and small as your phone

The Lenovo 700 Ultraportable Bluetooth Speaker is quite literally the most portable one ever. Most portable Bluetooth speakers are portable alright, but they aren’t slip-into-your-pocket portable. Audio drivers tend to have depth/thickness to them, resulting in speakers that may be small and lightweight, but are almost always chunky too, making them ideal for laptop bags, but not pant pockets.Lenovo’s latest offering wants to be the kind of Bluetooth speaker you carry around with you, the way ...
Tags: Music, Design, Audio, Speakers, Ces, Bluetooth Speaker, Nfc, Lenovo, Portable Audio, Ultraportable, 700, Ces2019


How to Transcribe Text into PowerPoint & E-Learning Courses

I’ve been playing around with ideas to get old Flash course content into a new HTML5 course. There are tens of thousands of old Flash-based e-learning courses where people no longer have the source files. All they have are published versions of the course and need to convert to HTML5. Grabbing the media like images, video, and audio is usually not as challenging. But moving all of the text can be a hassle. In a previous post we discovered how to use screenshots and OCR to extract the text from ...
Tags: London, Microsoft, Audio, Tutorials, Google Docs, Powerpoint, Edinburgh, Multimedia, OCR, eLearning, E-learning, Project Management, Tom Kuhlmann, Articulate Storyline, Online Course Design


This little speaker-cap hacks your smart speaker to give you back your privacy

Project Alias looks and behaves like a parasitic fungus, in the sense that it latches onto its host, feeding off it and inhibiting its functions for its own gain. It may sound a little extreme, but it does it all for the sake of privacy. Smart speakers now sit in one out of three American homes… and while they’re great in terms of convenience, they’re a privacy nightmare. Smart speakers are always listening in on everything you say or do around your home, and companies create databases and pro...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Home, Echo, Design, Audio, Speakers, Popular, Alexa, Product Design, Brad, Now, Smart Speaker, Google Home, Bjørn Karmann, Project Alias


Evolution of the Wall Clock

Designer Daeun Joung’s latest concept looks like nothing more than a three-dimensional piece of wall art… but it’s that and more. The sculptural design actually triples as a short throw projector and wireless speaker.Disguised as art on your wall, it frees up the surface real estate that most wireless speakers occupy. Working in tandem with the COZY app on your phone, the design can stream your favorite tunes and display a variety of customized notifications on your wall. Sync it up to preview a...
Tags: Design, Audio, Speakers, Speaker, Projector, Product Design, Cozy, Daeun Joung


Guess what Sony’s latest bluetooth speaker looks like…

You may constantly need to explain yourself to your parents or conservative family members when they first take a look at the Sony LSPX-S2 Glass Sound Speaker, because trust me, it looks uncannily similar to something you’d find in a college-going teenager’s room.Mary Jane reference aside, this product, weird as it may look, is classic Sony. Sony as a company is famed for creating products that are state of the art, but also weird (Verge has chronicled most of them down)… and the LSPX-S2 or th...
Tags: Music, Design, Audio, Speakers, Sony, Wireless, Bluetooth Speaker, Product Design, Candle, Mary Jane, Sony Sony, Sony LSPX, Glass Sound Speaker, LSPX-S2


Sennheiser’s 13-speaker Ambeo soundbar goes on sale in May

3D audio prototype becomes reality - but it'll cost you
Tags: Audio


Rock Solid Audio With a Soft Side

The STOCKHOLM speaker/charger/dock is designer Sanjay Yadav’s stab at Danish electronic maker Vifa’s uniquely Nordic aesthetic. The three-in-one unit instantaneously makes the user’s preferred listening application or personal library available for wireless streaming once the phone has been docked. Meanwhile, a recessed top makes for a convenience place to store your keys, wallet, or other small items. Attempting to channel the brand’s minimal yet soft vibe, the design is clad in woven textile w...
Tags: Design, Audio, Speakers, Speaker, Stockholm, Product Design, Vifa, Sanjay Yadav, Sanjay YadavThis


Vizio Has a Wacky Idea for Futuristic Dolby Atmos Soundbars

One of the most exciting innovations for home entertainment is Dolby Atmos. The technology adds an element of height to the audio coming out of your sound system, and the effect is honestly game-changing. Vizio has a wacky idea about how to make Atmos even better. What if your soundbar could do Atmos at will? Or, more…Read more...
Tags: Science, Audio, Speakers, Concepts, Vizio, Soundbars, Home Audio, Home Entertainment, Dolby Atmos, Atmos, CES 2019


Let’s put a Bluetooth speaker in concrete, said no one ever

Except someone actually did say that and then they made it and now you can own your very own concrete Bluetooth speaker AND it’s surprisingly pretty decent. It seems there’s a new Bluetooth speaker on the market every single day. You can get high quality speakers that could fill a stadium and cost over $2,000 or you can get a $15 stormtrooper head speaker that fits in the palm of your hand and can take selfies. It seems there’s no end to Bluetooth speaker manufacturing, but this concrete spe...
Tags: Music, Bluetooth, Audio, Speakers, France, Tech, Paris, Speaker, French, Portable, Le Pavé Parisien


Amateur radio videos: Remote lightning protection, Andy Hardy, LM386 oscillation

This came from Jim, N3JT via the CWOps mailing list. Since I’m thinking about setting up my station for remote control, I might want to build something like this. Amateur Radio Antenna Remote Disconnect for Lightning Protection from alk on Vimeo. I love old movies, especially when they depict ham radio. I’m building a little Arduino project for a guy that requires some audio output. I thought that I’d just build a little audio amp with an LM386. I put it all together today on a prototypi...
Tags: Audio, Radio, Arduino, Antennas, Andy Hardy, Building/Homebrew, Jim N3JT


Talking about the NIH “All of Us” Program with Dara Richardson-Heron MD, Chief Engagement Officer – Harlow On Healthcare

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Tags: Podcast, Law, Interview, Audio, Machine Learning, Nih, Health Law, Open Data, Digital Health, EHR, Precision Medicine, Health care policy, Participatory Medicine, Healthcare Innovation, Open Government, Population Health


Jabra's Beautiful New Headphones Cancel Noise With AI

Jabra is jumping in the big boy noise-canceling headphone game, and it’s ready to brawl. The company just announced the Elite 85h headphones at CES in Las Vegas. While the over-ear-design looks like a fatter version of the very well reviewed Jabra Move headphones, the new active noise-canceling feature sounds…Read more...
Tags: Science, Audio, Ces, Headphones, Las Vegas, Jabra, CES 2019


The Modern Day Discman

Things have come a long way from the Sony Diskman from the ’80s! No larger than a watch face, the Skinny Player is exactly as it sounds. Designed for those moments you want to take your music on the run but don’t want headphones and don’t want to lug around a large Bluetooth speaker, it can attach anywhere from your shirt collar to your backpack for quick, light, and easy listening that won’t weigh you down. Synced with your phone’s library, it packs a powerful punch in a pint-sized package that...
Tags: Music, Design, Audio, Product Design, Portable Audio, Ju-Huai Lin, Skinny Player


Samsung Exynos Auto V9 to power next-gen Audi’s In-vehicle infotainment system

Samsung Electronics has announced that its first automotive-branded processor, Exynos Auto V9 will power Audi’s next-generation in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system, which is expected to make its debut by 2021. Exynos Auto V9 is an automotive processor designed for advanced IVI systems that display content on multiple displays, providing information that assists drivers and passengers for a safer vehicle experience. The Exynos Auto V9 is based on cutting-edge 8-nanometer (nm) process technolo...
Tags: News, Audio, Samsung, Blogging, Mali, Audi, Samsung Electronics, Gpu, DSP, Arm Cortex, Hifi, IVI, NPU, Exynos Auto V9, Samsung Exynos Auto V9, DRAM Exynos Auto V9


The best true wireless earbuds for 2019

If you can't stand the tangle of cords, or you're just excited about completely wireless earbuds, you're going to need some help separating the wheat from the chaff. Our list serves up the best true wireless earbuds around. The post The best true wireless earbuds for 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Audio, Trends, Home Theater, Earbuds, Buying Guides, Wireless Earbuds, Best Of Everything, Full-wireless Headphones