One player, one book Tekst
... audio stores, it’s a wonder that anyone gets any listening
done at all. Playaway hopes to change all that by making
an audio book purchase as easy as plopping down a credit
card at the airport gift shop.
Playaway’s MP3 players, about the size of a pack of
cigarettes, each contain one unabridged audi ...
... RSH-100 will act as a digital photo album slide
show presentation and at the same time it
will play background audio files.
Media Software - Sources First
... search, Internet radio, a jukebox-style file library, an
embedded web browser (using Microsoft Internet
Explorer), and the ability to transfer media to a number
of portable devices, including Apple's iPod, MP3
players, and Windows Media devices.
Capable of handling various formats of digital video,
Audio File Types
... uses Layer 3 audio compression. The mp3 file format us typically used to store
music files and audio books on a computer’s hard drive providing near-CD quality
sound in a file approximately 1/10th the size of a aif or wav file.
The sound quality of an mp3 file depends upon the bit rate used for comp ...
Presentation - DMA1 (11-2007)
... PLAYLIST: operation with several playlists
which can be activated by logical inputs.
SLAVE: 8 digital inputs to play up to 255
audio files in binary combination.
SERIAL RS485: to interface with control
systems for direct recalling of any audio file
stored in SD/MMC memory
... Waveform Audio (.wav) is a common file format. Created by Microsoft and IBM, WAV
was one of the first audio file types developed for the PC. WAV files are defined as
lossless, meaning that files are large and complete; nothing has been lost. Professionally
recorded CDs are also a lossless audio sour ...
Mark Lindsey - Primary Elements
... Over 20+ years experience installing and maintaining Mac systems, with an emphasis on audio
workstations, mixed-platform networking, and data storage/management systems. (Also experienced
with WIndows XP.)
14 years of web design and 6 years of Flash design experience wit ...
... “AU” files directly, so it makes the format a good
choice for Internet work that will be received by a
larger Net audience.
• This type of file can be larger than other types of
audio files so it is best used for short sound clips
for effective download times.
“Podcast” is 2005 Word of the Year
... The editors of the New Oxford American Dictionary have __________ “podcast”
as the Word of the Year for 2005. It now officially has the __________: “A
digital recording of a radio broadcast or similar program, made available on the
Internet for downloading to a personal audio player.” The term _____ ...
Exoaural Hearing Aid. “A perfect listening experience”
... the audio player, to compensate both audiometricsonometric user response and the response of all
elements of the audio chain.
It is a hardware device, or software (depending on the
programming capabilities of the audio player), able to
catch the audiometric-sonometric response of the user
and the re ...
... – Organize music into playlists
– Rip music CDs
– Write music CDs
– Purchase music
Objective 105.02 Understand digital audio production methods
... -Fade starting and stopping audio clips at a defined point in the recording
a gradual change of volume used to change between clips of audio
Fade Up (In) and Fade Down (Out) : gradually increasing or decreasing
the volume of an audio clip
Crossfade : a gradual volume transition from one audio clip t ...
Digital Audio File Preparation
... High Quality portable Monophonic Compact Cassette Recorders are still being manufactured in Japan by
Marantz, and capable of very good results when used with High Quality Compact Cassette Tape.
A podcast is a form of digital media that consists of an episodic series of audio or digital radio, subscribed to and downloaded through web syndication or streamed online to a computer or mobile device. The word is portmanteau of ""pod"" and ""broadcast.""The Merriam Webster Tenth International Collegiate defines ""Podcast"" as: a program (as of music or talk) made available in digital format for automatic download over the Internet.A list of all the audio or video files associated with a given series is maintained centrally on the distributor's server as a web feed, and the listener or viewer use special client application software, known as a podcatcher, that can access this web feed, check it for updates, and download any new files in the series. This process can be automated so that new files are downloaded automatically, which may seem to the user as if the content is being broadcast or ""pushed"" to them. Files are stored locally on the user's computer or other device ready for offline use. Podcasting contrasts with webcasting (Internet streaming), which generally isn't designed for offline listening to user-selected content.As discussed by Richard Berry, podcasting is both a converged medium bringing together audio, the web and portable media player, and a disruptive technology that has caused some in the radio business to reconsider some of the established practices and preconceptions about audiences, consumption, production and distribution. This idea of disruptiveness is largely because no one person owns the technology; it is free to listen and create content, which departs from the traditional model of ""gate-kept"" media and production tools. It is very much a horizontal media form: producers are consumers and consumers become producers and engage in conversations with each other.