Tag Archives: audio
THE ORIGINAL? Tatra Beer (Heineken Group) – 2009 Source : Luerzer’s International Archive Agency : Change (Poland) LESS ORIGINAL Derbez Beer (Carlseberg) « It’s ours! » – 2013 Source : AdAsia Agency : Ogilvy & Mather (Kazakhstan)
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Naturally recycled? / Une belle pompe à bière?
Artists going all-out on mobile music editing have relatively few options — GarageBand won’t always cut it for the pros. IK Multimedia thinks its newly launched AmpliTube 3.0 could be the solution for those producers on the move. The $20 iOS app introduces a full, multi-track audio editor that can create a final masterpiece
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IK Multimedia intros AmpliTube 3.0 with timeline editing, ships iRig HD
THE ORIGINAL? Mc Donald’s « Now serving salads » – 2003 Source : Cannes Archive, Agency : DDB Auckland (New Zealand) LESS ORIGINAL Farmers Market – 2013 Source : Adsoftheworld Agency : FireHouse (USA)
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Carrots looking like fries / Y’en a qui se sont fait carotter l’idée!
Analog may be king for audiophiles, but digital is the future, friends, and Sennheiser knows it. That’s why it built the HDVD 800 digital headphone amplifier to improve the sound of your digital tunes, and now stateside listeners can finally get their mitts on the thing.
The urge to record video at a concert can be distracting for fans and musicians alike — enough so that some bands now forbid it altogether. Soundhalo’s new media service and Android beta might just keep both sides happy, as long as they’ve got the money to spend. The platform lets a backstage team make audio and video available for purchase from the app, as soon as a song is done; theoretically, you can start a replay before you’ve left the front row
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Soundhalo beta for Android lets us buy concert videos before the show is over
Yesterday there was some pretty damning news for owners of Google’s Nexus Q musical orb: confirmation that the device isn’t supported in the current version of the its Play Music app .
Google Play Music is about to reveal its saddest song… for owners of the Nexus Q that is.