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The 6 Best Ways to Convert YouTube to MP3, Oct 2019
"The list we’ve compiled below includes only the best YouTube to MP3 converters, each with their own set of unique features, plus a few other ways to get audio out of a YouTube video that you might not have seen before."
YouTube  mp3  video  audio  converters  howto  tips 
3 days ago by pierredv
"Mom’s Voice" and Other Voices:Civil-Military Relations as a Media Ritual | Meyers | International Journal of Communication
Abstract

This article looks at how sonic media rituals are created, performed, and negotiated to understand the ways in which citizens are persuaded to risk their lives in the name of the imagined national community. It does so through an analysis of the representation of civil–military relations on the veteran Israeli radio program Kola Shel Ima (“Mom’s Voice”). As shown, the performance of the Kola Shel Ima ritual is enabled because of off-air preparations, on-air conversations, and common values shared by ritual participants. Yet, at times various components of the ritual are challenged on-air. On a larger scale, the debate over Kola Shel Ima positions it as a ritual of flashing out or, conversely, a ritual of covering up.
IJOC  ritual  audio 
may 2019 by pierredv
Karl Ove Knausgård on his book about Norwegian painter Edvard Munch. Studio360 May 2019
Knausgård commends Munch for continually ridding himself of his familiar habits as an artist. He tells Kurt Andersen that it’s a method that both painters and novelists benefit from.

“If you want to get rid of all the automatic ways in, then you have to do something from scratch so to speak and build something that you haven't done before,” Knausgård says. “It's like you do it for the first time. And I think that's that's the best place to be in writing…. And I think Munch somehow searched for those places in his painting throughout his life.”
audio  Studio360  interviews  books  novels  creativity  podcasts 
may 2019 by pierredv
Mindfulness Bells
They feature nothing more than the sound of a specially selected meditation bell that is played at periodic intervals to help clear your mind and guide you into a deep state of meditation.
Meditation  audio 
may 2019 by pierredv
Auralnauts - YouTube
via Twenty Thousand Hertz (www.20k.org)
audio  YouTube 
may 2019 by pierredv
How Restaurants Got So Loud - The Atlantic
"Restaurants are so loud because architects don’t design them to be quiet. Much of this shift in design boils down to changing conceptions of what makes a space seem upscale or luxurious, as well as evolving trends in food service. Right now, high-end surfaces connote luxury, such as the slate and wood of restaurants including The Osprey in Brooklyn or Atomix in Manhattan."
design  audio  architecture  noise 
december 2018 by pierredv
From Analog to Digital — Twenty Thousand Hertz
Did we lose anything when we transitioned from analog to digital? Learn about the Jedi skills old radio DJs had to have to spin vinyl on the radio, and meet a man who’s found himself trapped in a digital world and learn what he does to escape. Featuring Rick Adams and Craig Crane.
podcasts  audio  analog  stories  20kHertz 
february 2017 by pierredv
Vectors Journal: The Roaring 'Twenties - Author's Statement
via 99 percent invisible

an interactive exploration of the historical soundscape of New York City
By Emily Thompson

The goal is to recover the meaning of sound, to undertake a historicized mode of listening that tunes our modern ears to the pitch of the past. Simply clicking a "play" button will not do.
- Emily Thompson, Author's Statement
audio  sound  history  NewYork 
january 2017 by pierredv
Can Psychology Teach Us How To Stick To New Year's Resolutions? : NPR
"New Year's resolutions are really a form of what they call mental accounting" "Previous research by Anne Wilson and Michael Ross at the University of Waterloo show that people tend to look down on their past selves compared to who they are now. . . .So resolutions really are a way to mark this transition between the old inferior version of ourselves and the new and improved .."
NPR  psychology  audio  motivation 
january 2016 by pierredv
Record WAV audio
By default, the Sound Recorder in Windows 7 to save in .wma format. However, you can save it in .wav format by using this command: Go to Start, type soundrecorder /file outputfile.wav in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER.
windows  sound  audio  howto 
april 2015 by pierredv
Audacity Tutorial - How to Convert WAV to MP3 Using LAME
To start using Audacity to convert WAV to MP3, follow these steps
Audacity  tutorial  howto  mp3  audio 
april 2015 by pierredv
10 Powerful Audio Recording Apps - Android.AppStorm
November 25th 2013 "Unless you’re a radio producer, the days of needing dedicated voice recorders are long behind us. Mobile phones and tablets have built-in microphones that are perfectly acceptable for private use in listening back on interviews, meetings, lectures, or random musings. And they even tend to do alright nowadays with music at concerts. But to get good-quality audio, you still need to do some tweaking. And there are apps for that. I’ve searched high and low for the best advanced audio recording apps, all of which include powerful features that help you get the sound just right. If you only want to record quick voice memos, these will all be overkill, but for the professionals who need clear, crisp audio on a budget, they might be just the ticket."
android  voice  audio  apps  recording 
april 2015 by pierredv
Noise Pollution Maps Crowdsourced from Smartphone Data | MIT Technology Review
Excerpts: Their idea is to crowdsource the data from smartphones that record sound levels as their owners wander the streets. Smartphones can provide accurate measurements of ambient sound as well as a location and time stamp to show exactly where the measurement was taken. The difficulty is in ensuring that the measurements are useful recordings of ambient noise and not other sounds that might distort the readings. They say that the crowdsourced data is remarkably accurate and allows them to reconstruct the ground truth data, even when up to 40 percent of the original data points are missing.
audio  MIT-Technology-Review  noise 
october 2013 by pierredv
In Our Time, The Oresteia = BBC Radio 4
"Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the ‘Oresteia’, the seminal trilogy of tragedies by Aeschylus"
BBC  Oresteia  audio  radio  Aeschylus  theater  tragedy 
july 2013 by pierredv
Silence 1.2.0.1 - Generates silence audio files in ac3, dts mpa or wav format - Softpedia
"Silence is a small, simple and easy-to-use applcation that will generate silence audio files in ac3, dts mpa or wav format."
audio  tools 
december 2011 by pierredv
Slow - Radiolab
"Kohn Ashmore’s voice is arresting. It stopped his friend Andy Mills in his tracks the first time they met. But in this short about the power of friendship and familiarity, Andy explains that Kohn’s voice isn't the most striking thing about him at all."
via:mindhacks  stories  audio  x:radiolab  people 
october 2011 by pierredv
ACA: CALM Has Implementation Problems :: Communications Technology
One of the problems with standards: "In a letter from American Cable Association (ACA) lawyers to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the ACA explained that it will be challenging to implement the Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act (CALM) because the technical standard for establishing and maintaining audio loudness for digital TV - ATSC A/85 - was written as a voluntary engineering standard and not a legal document."
standards  audio  FCC  media 
october 2011 by pierredv
Analog Vinyl Sampling on Vimeo
Experimental analog sampling with modified vinyls. Sectors from a vinyl record are cut and replaced by pieces with exact shape from other records. When played in a vinyl player the needle follows the grooves from both sectors creating sampled tunes or loops. More information here: blog.ishback.com/ ?p=918
audio  retro  via:peterhaynes 
october 2011 by pierredv
CBC Outfront - Aziza Sindhu = Dhamma Podcasts from Pariyatti - Dhamma Podcasts from Pariyatti.org:
a radio show by Aziza Sindhu regarding her experience at a Vipassana Meditation course. Originally aired on CBC Outfront on January 25, 2005
vipassana  audio  Pariyatti  podcasts 
june 2011 by pierredv
Acoustic trick gives 'dumbphones' touchscreen feel - 15 September 2010 - New Scientist
"Acoustics fingerprinting is really neat in that you can turn a totally passive item like a table, or in this case a cellphone, into an interactive surface," says Harrison.
NewScientist  acoustics  audio  phones 
march 2011 by pierredv
irvinebrown » Music for Shuffle
"I set myself a half-day project to write music specifically for shuffle mode – making use of randomness to try and make something more than the sum of its parts."
music  audio  via:mattcorwine  design  shuffle 
january 2011 by pierredv
Rigid-Body Fracture Sound
the sound of stuff breaking, reported New Sci 24 Jul 2010 "Taking the toil of out animation soundtracks"
sound  audio  physics  simulation  NewScientist 
august 2010 by pierredv
Sounding Liquids: Automatic Sound Synthesis from Fluid Simulation
Reported in NewSci 24 Jul 2010, "Taking the toil out of animation soundtracks"
sound  audio  science  simulation  NewScientist  video 
august 2010 by pierredv
Dhamma Talks
Dhamma talks given by various teachers in the Theravadin Forest
Sangha tradition
buddhism  discourses  audio 
january 2010 by pierredv
NOAA Ocean Explorer: Sounds in the Sea 2001
link via New Scientist story on "the bloop", Sep 2009
sound  audio  unexplained  science  NewScientist 
november 2009 by pierredv
Open Sound New Orleans
collaborative sound map of the city; via NPR Weekend Edition Sunday, 12 Jul 2009
sound  audio  maps  geography  us  culture 
july 2009 by pierredv
The Voice of the London Underground - FRONT PAGE - Voice of the London Underground Plentyoffish|Myspace Flash Layouts|Myspace Glitter Writing|Free Boat Plans|Paris hostel|
"Emma Clarke the voice of the London Underground (The Tube) has just been fired for recording and posting some spoofs on her own website as well as, a London Underground spokesman said, "slagging off her client's services". Clarke said she was "wildly mis
humor  London  audio  via:GMSV 
november 2007 by pierredv
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