This speaker is too hot.
Speaking with a few people in the podcasting sphere recently, I’ve realised that many people find the aspect of audio effects processing to be mystifying. While I’m no expert, I thought I might write about what I have learnt during my time editing radio shows and podcasts.
So, here it goes, but I apologise in advance if I’m teaching my grandmother to suck on those proverbial eggs.
Joe Nash, who edits the podcast I co-host, The Committed, wrote an interesting article about how he gets rid of the excess noise in our audio files. If you work with podcasts, or any kind of audio, it’s worth a read. There are no complicated techniques, just some simple ways to make sure voices sound better.
You may not be able to hear all the nuances in Pono’s high-resolution music files, but your pets can.
Is this really the way Sony wants to present one of their surround-sound systems?
In which I read about one of the most astounding audiophile products I have come across yet.