daguti + audio-related   18

Why Does NPR Have Such a Specific Sound? | Mental Floss
I had heard this before, but this is the first I'm bookmarking it (I think, hard to go back and check because Delicious sucks so bad)
audio-related  npr  sound-related-to 
september 2016 by daguti
Google will reportedly copy Motorola and make a Chromecast audio dongle
Is this similar to my idea about the 3.5mm "bluetooth thing" you plug into an audio source and into a speaker you want to play it to and it turns any speaker into, essentially, a wireless speaker.
audio  audio-related  google  ideas-stolen 
september 2015 by daguti
TNW’s Apps of the Year: Korg Gadget Music Production
Korg music production app called Gadget really seems to be an actual app that might replace a home studio rather than just a toy like many of these apps are. - This seems like an effects pedal and studio prodcution in a box.
audio-related  tools  video-making-tools-accessories 
december 2014 by daguti
Beep, The Multi-Room Sonos Competitor, Is Now Shipping
ideas-stolen = Not sure if this is what I think it is, but it seems like my idea for connecting any device with a stereo out port to any speaker with a stereo in plug via Bluetooth or similar. ................ Upon further inspection, people are saying this is Chromecast for audio - basically Beep links up your speaker with the internet. My idea was to connect two distant objects (for example, within a house) with Bluetooth, so I could, for example carry around my iPod while having it play on my stereo.
ideas-stolen  wireless  audio-related  hardware 
december 2014 by daguti
MSN Entertainment - Ghost Sightings might be infrasound
Infrasound is a sound of such a low frequency that you can't consciously hear it, but your ears still sense it, causing fear, dread, panic.
hearing  audio-related 
july 2013 by daguti
The Hum
"Most people come to this site because they have searched for information on a strange humming or rumbling sound whose source they cannot find. Many of them are surprised to find out that they are not alone and that they are experiencing a worldwide phenomenon that scientists and the public call the Hum. This is the same famous Hum that has afflicted residents of Bristol, England; Taos, New Mexico; Kokomo, Indiana, and Windsor, Ontario. The classic description of the Hum is that of a truck engine idling outside one’s home. Some describe it as a low throbbing drone or deep bass note. The noise is usually louder indoors than outdoors, and louder at night. If you are not sure if you are hearing The Hum, do not enter data until you have taken a few moments to read this. This is an open-source scientific study about The Hum, and not a place to complain about noises that have obvious pinpoint sources, such as loud music, metallic sounds from a wrecking yard, etc."
mystery  maps  sound  audio-related 
june 2013 by daguti
Make Old Speakers Bluetooth-Enabled With This Little Gadget
I had always thought it would be cool to have a small, cheap device that could retrofit old speakers so they can receive Bluetooth signals.
wireless  ideas-stolen  audio-related 
march 2013 by daguti
Cool Tools – C. Crane FM Transmitter II
This FM transmitter connects to an audio source (such as iPod or CD player) and transmits via FM signal. Designs for modifying it and drastically increasing the power output are readily available on the web.
radio-related-to  tools  cool-tools  audio-related 
december 2012 by daguti
The Latest Research On Digital Audio Use : NPR
On the whole, the findings reflect the Internet's growing influence in the lives of Americans. One result: radio as a medium seems to be losing a bit of primacy in terms of how people think of it as fitting into their lives.
video  audio-related  news  interesting  2010  statistics  music-industry  research-studies 
april 2010 by daguti

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