The Faculty of Architecture Computing and Humanities Technical at the University of Greenwich is seeking for a Sound Technician.
Electronic Arts is seeking for an audio artist at Orlando, Florida, United States.
Sonoport is seeking for a Frontend Developer in Singapore.
Apply via Linkedin Or email your CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting Project Manager. Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified. Job details Company SonoportFunction Project Manager Location SingaporePosted 05 Aug 2015 About...
What would the world be without Sound? #SayItWithSound: sonify your world using the Sonigram web app and win amazing prizes in the following categories: Fashion, Food & Travel. How to...
8th tutorial on Web Audio API: using HTML5 Canvas Element to generate music with animating a bouncing ball - Part 2
7th tutorial on Web Audio API: using HTML5 Canvas Element to draw and animating a bouncing ball - Part 1
Some days ago the Sonoport Sound Logo Competition ended with a huge participation of 1040 sound creatives and 206 submissions of logos from 75 different countries of the world. The announced...
Norwegian research group built a software to simulate the soundscape of the environmental noise before the construction of new infrastructures. Imagine driving your car in...
A new supercut video celebrates the love for sound by Wes Craven.
6th tutorial on Web Audio API: how to turn AudioKeys into a sampler and learn effect with the delay node.
5th tutorial on Web Audio API: how to design a synth using the Audiokeys library developed by the creator of the amazing web app Typedrummer.
A short film by Locarno Film Festival celebrates the work of legendary Walter Murch, who received this year the Vision Award – Nescens for his amazing career as a Sound Communicator.
Fashion-forward company launched a Kickstarter campaign for the world's first wearable cuff with stereo wireless headphones.
Interactive musical software for rhythmical and percussive environments. Recently called hyperinstruments, these new tools are here to stay.
4th part of a series of tutorials on the world of Web Audio API: the Analyser Node and the HTML5 canvas element