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I still remember people on social media laughing about Neil for the name of the project or for the shape of the player, but I guess we must finally acknowledge there is a demanding interest among people who want to listen to high-quality music in the Spotify-mp3-streaming era. A huge debate has been raising on the web, from skeptic ones inÂ Sound bite: Despite Pono’s promise, experts pan HD audio to fairly interested ones inÂ Neil Young: Say Yes to 24-bit/192-kHz audio. Neil words can be directly read in a direct interview atÂ Inside Neil Young’s Crowdfunded Quest To Fix Your Disastrous MP3 Situation.
Let’s see what is going to happen in the next months, because surely this is going to move many things in the industry of digital music. In the meantime, if you did not decide whether pledging Pono or not, you can read So you want to get into vinyl: part ii, a great article guiding you to estimate is that plastic disc is the one for you.
Tumblr is really a crazy place. Inspired by Rappers doing normal shit, a new and more interesting (for us) tumblog is raising popularity:Â Composers Doing Normal Shit. Can you imagineÂ John Cage smiling at his cat? Look at this image…
The Music+Sound Awards is an international event which promotes the work of sound and music professionals in several industry fields. There is an international call closing at 31st of march and then we had a talk with co-founder Dan Neale in How to create an international awards event and celebrate the role of Sound and Music in the creative industries.
Another project on Kickstarter is Â about sonification and less related to the industry of music.Â MIDI Sprout is a device (currently in a state ofÂ fully functioning prototype) which processesÂ small electrical currents across the surface of a plant’s leaf toÂ convert its activity into real music. among the objectives of this project there is the promotion of aÂ global DIY biofeedback community of people studyingÂ biofeedback phenomenons of human beings via the use of sound.
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