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"Noisli is your best productivity companion throughout the day.
You can use Noisli to drown out annoying noises in order to better focus and boost productivity. You can also create a pleasant sound environment for relaxing or sleeping."
ambient  sound  productivity  color 
yesterday by fabianmohr
Photosynthesis Makes a Sound | Hakai Magazine
Like the plants that help us breathe, algae also photosynthesize. Underwater, that process of converting sunlight and carbon dioxide into energy and oxygen sends tiny bubbles spiraling toward the surface. And according to new research, when each bubble detaches from the seaweed, it goes ping.
algae  photosynthesis  sound  biology 
2 days ago by sspela
NE5532 vs. TL072 Whichone is quieter? | Electronics Forum (Circuits, Projects and Microcontrollers)
The NE5532 series are designed specifically for audio applications, so are probably better for noise performance. I've just replaced two 741's in the mike preamps of a PA amp with TL071's and I can't really tell any difference in noise levels? - and I expected them to be far quieter!.

You might also consider the more modern Burr Brown devices?, something like OPA134?
sound  bbe882i  repairs 
2 days ago by richtbreak
Bio - Mitchell Akiyama
Mitchell Akiyama is a Toronto-based scholar, composer, and artist. His eclectic body of work includes writings about sound, metaphors, animals, and media technologies; scores for film and dance; and objects and installations that trouble received ideas about history, perception, and sensory experience. He holds a PhD in communications from McGill University and an MFA from Concordia University and is Assistant Professor of Visual Studies in the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto.
sound_art  animals  other_species  sound 
3 days ago by shannon_mattern
Sounding Nature - remixing the sounds of the natural world
"Sounding Nature is the biggest ever global exploration of the beautiful sounds of nature, covering 55 countries with almost 500 sounds. The sounds have been reimagined by 250 artists to reflect upon the damage being done to our natural world by human-generated sounds."

[via: "This map lets you hear what the world sounds like without humans
‘Sounding Nature’ is the biggest global collection of nature sounds"
https://www.theverge.com/2018/12/9/18129004/nature-map-sound-environment-cities-and-memory-interview ]
sound  nature  maps  mapping 
3 days ago by robertogreco

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