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Business, Innovation and Trends in Sound Communication
Business, Innovation and Trends in Sound Communication

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World’s Largest MIDI Sequencer playing Billie Jean http://ow.ly/pgwF300dJJt

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Did you try? What do you think? better http://ow.ly/e9TM300dJzl

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Metal Music: Designer Harry Bertoia’s Beautiful, Resonant Sound Sculptures http://ow.ly/KiYE300dJhi

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More sound. More sex. http://ow.ly/H3hN300dJUZ

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Founded by veteran sound designer and composer Peter Smith, 3Maze has been around providing the sound world with high fidelity sounds since 2014. With clients ranging from Discovery Science Channel, TLC, PBS, History Channel to A+E, Peter has written over 3000 musical compositions, designed and recorded sounds for various clients worldwide. He has also worked with various kind of mediums from film, TV, commercials to installations.

Apart from that, Peter and 3maze are also proud sponsors of the Theatrical Sound Designers and Composers Association and The Collaborator Party.

Full interview here: http://bit.ly/1WZhf2h

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“Is there life on Mars?”, #Bowie sings in of the same name song of 1973, number one in the 100 Greatest Songs of All Time, according to Neil McCormick, chief rock music critic of The Daily Telegraph. But the question of today is: “is there #sound on #Mars?”.

The earthlings’ interest to the Red Planet is part of human history, as well as the question is there life on Mars? and the collective imagination of Martians. Since 1960, they have followed a variety of space programs, with the aim of exploring Mars with different successes.

Read full article here: http://bit.ly/1Y1GGPs

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Ossic X is a pair of headphones specially engineered to bring 3D sound to your ears. in VR - http://ow.ly/4mLRqw

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Re-Rain is the last sound art installation by artist, designer and techno musician Kouichi Okamoto - http://ow.ly/4mLRkn

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This Tron-like installation presented at SXSW 2016 allows anyone to play music by interacting with any one of its five sound objects - http://ow.ly/4mLRb0

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Trevor Cox is the professor of Acoustic Engineering at the Salford University. In his amazing book Sonic Wonderland, A Scientific Odyssey of Sound, the sound is the main actor on the stage and we can follow it through the voice of Cox who says: “a compelling tour of the world’s most amazing acoustic phenomena and a passionate plea for a deeper appreciation of and respect for our shared sonic landscapes”.

A scientific book about sound finally written in a simple and clear language able to amplify the common interest about this theme, where prof. Cox invites us not to be passive listeners but to open our ears and our mind to the majestic cacophony that surrounds us.

In this interview, Cox talks with us about his point of view on old and new techniques of buildings concerning acoustic effects or the use of reverberation in some specific places or again the change in global soundscape over the centuries.

Full interview here: http://bit.ly/1SMz95c

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