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One thing that musicians and producers alike forever longed for was software that would separate a mix into its vital instrumental and vocal parts. We’ve had this available for a few years now, but the next step is extracting different sounds from a video by pointing on the part of the screen that we want […]Continue reading
Imagine that you’re making a video of an important speech or interview and your audio fails. You’re left with this beautiful picture, and no sound to go along with it (unless you’re running a backup recorder like you should!). New research from MIT has found that many everyday objects can actually act as recorders, and […]Continue reading
The biggest thing that every musician and engineer lives in fear of is losing one’s hearing. To make matters worse, it happens naturally to all of us as we grow older, although its gradually enough that we can unconsciously compensate. That said, all it takes is a loud concert, or a sudden loud feedback, or cymbals in […]Continue reading
I have great respect for sound designers in that they not only have to create effects that not only sound totally real but, in many cases, better than real. That last part is the key that will continue to keep them working despite a new algorithm from some MIT researchers that can independently add realistic […]Continue reading