Monday, October 1, 2012

Do More with Audio - Blog Carnival October 1, 2012

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

Jon Savage presents When Songwriting Your Friends Will Lie To You posted at Songwriting Business.

Perry presents The Priceless Value of Music posted at, saying, "why is music the key to higher levels of consciousness? Find out!"

Dan White presents A DJ’s Guide to Audio Files and Bitrates posted at DJ Tech Tools, saying, "an article discusing the best options of digital audio files. Many DJs don’t notice a big difference in file type and bitrate until they’re blasting the track on a high-end club system and find the track just isn’t hitting hard enough. Read on to find out the best practices and how to be ready for the future."

Bernie Goldbach presents Use My Audioboo Voice for Audio Blogging posted at Inside View from Ireland, saying, "one of the biggest changes in blogging during in recent history has been the emergence of using multimedia technologies to extend thoughts to different communities, such as audio blogging."

John Paul Titlow presents How Journalists Are Using SoundCloud posted at ReadWriteWeb, saying, "musicians were the first to settle into SoundCloud, but the social audio-sharing service has been expanding in new directions and is now also a hub for radio-style journalism and commentary with an interactive twist."

Ken Theriot presents Recording Equipment Categories posted at Home Brew Audio, saying, "a handy little post that lists categories for recording gear, which could be a useful thing. Everyone knows about microphones or headphones."

kenetejumy presents The Person Who Does Audio Mastering Can Be As Important As The Original Artist posted at kenetejumy.

John Paolozzi In the Loop, a free workshop series introducing women to electronic production posted at CBC Music, saying, "there is a big gender divide in the electronic music community with men significantly outnumbering women. So we spoke with the women behind In the Loop, who have set out to challenge that divide, Christina Sealey and Naomi Hocura to learn more."

Mickey Cheatham presents The Science of Music posted at STEAMD, saying, "a body of knowledge of music and what it is from a physical perspective and take the journey from records to tapes to CDs to whatever may be next. We can talk abut compression and expansion and tone controls and dynamic range and frequency response and timbre and color and tonal richness."

You might also be interested in: 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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