Posts Tagged ‘recording’
The voice of Alexander Graham Bell has been heard for the first time thanks to a team of scholars and technicians, including Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory physicist Carl Haber, National Museum of American History curator Carlene Stephens (shown right, with a rare Bell recording made on a glass disc), and Library of Congress digital conversion [...]
Armed with Xperia Z smartphones, tablet PCs, ultrabooks, televisions, speakers, and musical instruments that included drums, synths, and a Swedish string instrument called a nyckelharpa, OK Go’s lead singer Damian Kulash, bassist Tim Nordwind and singer Drea Smith (who perform together as PYYRAMIDS), photographer Martien Mulder and digital strategist Mike Rosenthal travelled to Jukkasjärvi in [...]
The Listening Project is a new initiative to create a space for ordinary members of the public to share their thoughts, opinions, memories and stories, using audio, via the BBC and have them preserved in one of the greatest libraries in the world.
We’re all encouraged to record and share the intimate conversations we’re having with [...]
Filmmaking using DSLR cameras has divided professionals, with purists pointing to the need for a separate external recording device and lots of fiddling in post as being a significant downside. The arrival of devices such as the 24-bit/96 kHz-capable Røde iXY microphone which is used in conjunction with an iPhone mounted in a camera’s ‘hot [...]
Great work, Kevin Conklin of 93.7 KCLB (seen above, in the studio); every James Hetfield “Yeah” recorded and released in the last 30 years in one huge, three minute, fourteen second Metallica-flavoured mash-up.
” … angry yeahs, sinister yeahs, ecstatic yeahs, cocky yeahs, mirthful yeahs, questioning yeahs, apocalyptic yeahs, and Metro’s favourite at 01:14, a sassy [...]