The week is coming to an end and that means it is time for a new post onÂ Weekly Sounds, with the best resources on the world of Sound and Audio.
Our picks of the week
Two interesting articles this week about the relation between music and our mind:Â How music makes us feel better, the report of an experiment made with aÂ group of patients at the Teikyo Universityâ€™s Department of Surgery (Tokyo, Japan), andÂ How Music Can Boost Your Memory, a guest post byÂ Annie Murphy PaulÂ showing that the use songs and rhymes could support in remembering relevant structures of information.
How Genius Carl Haber Restores Long-Lost SoundsÂ is the story ofÂ Carl Haber,Â an experimental physicist who built some novel solutions to preserve sound recordings which are in a state of heavyÂ inaccessibility and deterioration.
If you go crazy for analogue and vintage technology you better read and watch the amazing pictures inÂ Petar Dundov is totally obsessed with analogue gear, an article about the studio of thisÂ Zagreb-based electronic musician, a place full of fantastic old (butÂ reallyÂ not old…) audio tech stuff.
I guess it is one of the most interesting stories ever published inÂ One Year in Sound: Carlo now has to face a big challenge for building his future career inÂ The hard science of selling yourself as a professional sound designer.
Will YouTube be the next SFX libraries platform? Maybe not, but some days ago the YouTube Audio Library was officially launched and this could mean a lot for the future of Internet audio. Read the official postÂ Free Music for Your YouTube VideosÂ and watch the video teaser below.
The best from other Sound lovers
The secrets of sound synthesis in a series of 64 articles? Yes, Sound on Sound started this great challenge and you can begin fromÂ Synth Secrets, Part 4: Of Filters & Phase Relationships.
And if you are not yet satisfied, you can alsoÂ read Interview: Rob Papen, Synthesis Pioneer Talks Tech, a deep discussion onÂ AskAudio MagazineÂ about the topics ofÂ hardware synths and the creation of plug-ins.
What do you think on these news? Did you something interesting? Please share your comments below.
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