Monday, February 6, 2012

Do More with Audio - Blog Carnival February 6, 2012

Here are this edition's entries to Do More with Audio:

Stephanie presents The Use Of Silence In Audio Recordings posted at Vox Daily. Silence can be perceived as either friend or foe depending on its application and use of timing. Know how long it takes to go from a moments of golden silence to an awkward silence so you can use silence effectively in your audio recordings.

Rick Goetz presents How to Build a Music Career with Technology posted at Musician Coaching. Interview with Todd Tate, a consultant who manages web and social media strategy for musicians ranging from emerging artists to Grammy winners, as well as being a musician himself. Todd talks about how he got involved in music and technology and gives advice for artists who want to gain more visibility online.

Brian Li presents Streamlining and Simplifying Your Audio Interface Setup; The Perfect Live Rig posted at Meaningful Ramblings, saying, "Read about the perfect studio and live keyboard rig!"

Hudson Horizons presents Local New Jersey Church Creates Online World Choir posted at Hudson Horizons Blogs, saying, "Liquid Church is one of New Jersey’s fastest growing Christian churches with campuses in Northern New Jersey and online. All around the world people are celebrating, and thanks to the Internet and one church’s mission to unite the musically inclined, they can celebrate together through song."

Mind Box presents SXSW Film Festival 2012 posted at Austin Video Production, saying, "There is a two step online system that lets the SXSW community to be heard in film, interactive programming and music related conferences for this year."

Stephanie presents The Endangered Sounds List posted at Vox Daily. Just as there are animals that have become endangered, with many species having suffered extinction, older technologies can also fall to the wayside when newer, faster tools come along. As these technologies disappear from use, so can the sounds those technologies made. Should we be sampling these sounds that may disappear from from the literally or figurative wild?

That concludes this edition of Do More with Audio. If you have an audio story to share or advice, tips or tricks to share, we hope you will submit your audio posts and articles to the next edition.

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