Audio

15 Mar 2016

Fluid Audio FPX7 Speakers

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We profile the FPX7 studio monitoring speakers from Fluid Audio, which may represent excellent value from key innovations.
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Over the span of two decades entertainment has evolved from a physical to a virtual industry. Guest author Gabriel Dusil explores how our world of entertainment has evolved and what happened to the once-prestigious Hi-Fi tower.
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11 Mar 2016

Video isn't video without sound

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If you know any camera people or videographers, you might want to forward this to them along with the admonition that video is only half the equation for a full production. By Simon Wyndham.
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We were shocked to see how many tracks this MacBook Air was playing back. 
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Sony stopped production of Minidisc recorders and players after 21 years in 2013. Most 20 year old audio enthusiasts would be surprised to hear that they were born after the arrival of this digital audio disk system. But how did it manage to cling to life for so long?
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We take a look at a technological oddity of yesteryear, the vertical record player - an unneeded (and ultimately unwanted) engineering marvel.
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Adding the Modstep iOS app to a first generation iPad transforms an obsolete tablet into a powerful, portable touchscreen sequencer.
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We introduce the problem of measuring digital audio cable quality, in light of a manufacturer's incredible claims.
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04 Mar 2016

Jean-Michel Jarre on sampling

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Jean-Michelle Jarre takes us through a history lesson, covering the practice of sampling from its infancy to our modern heights.
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We've always wanted to try this, and now we don't have to, because here it is, in all its screeching glory
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We explore the practical differences between pro and HiFi domestic audio equipment (and why pros may need to use both).
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