For years, the music industry has been playing catch-up to the internet. Like most new technological advancements, the web disrupted the way the industry operated down to its fundamental goals. Although it brought a host of pirating issues and made traditional revenue streams obsolete, it was a new way to sell, distribute, and market music that opened up countless ways of making money with new ones being discovered or improved on daily. Continue reading Musician Embraces Bitcoin Technology
Since its beginnings, the record industry has been push technology to reach one goal: to make recordings sound exactly like the studio session. All the software, hardware, microphones, cables, equipment, pre-production, post-production, editing, mixing, and mastering that a recording goes through are meticulously done to shape the sound and tone of a song exactly how the artists want. However, that’s not often the sound you hear that the end of your headphones. Studios have A-list equipment and speakers to get a clear, crisp sound that are not in standard headphones or even some of the high-end headphones because of practically and price. The hard work of countless studio engineers and producers unheard because headphones cannot pick up on the finer details of the edit. Continue reading Low-fi. High-fi. True-fi?
Blindness has plague humankind since the beginning of time, sparking the urban legend that when one sense is compromised, others improve to pick up the slack. The scientists at ABBI Project hope to prove that legend is right. ABBI, or Audio Bracelet for Blind Interaction, aims to provide a technological solution for blindness. Continue reading ABBI Offers Audio Solution For The Blind