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I hate to be the one to break it to rock-and-roll legend Neil Young, but his new digital music venture has about as much chance of succeeding as I have of winning a Grammy -- maybe less.
I sometimes run across video files, or at least files that I think are video files, that the usual programs just won't play.
It's an irony of the digital age: as one medium, video, reaches our senses in ever-higher resolution, the modern way we listen to music has stalled wth a technology that degrades the work and takes it further away from the original recording.
RealPlayer Cloud is like Dropbox for videos on your computer, tablet or television.
EVEN IF YOU haven't purchased a physical CD in years and your main audio system is a smartphone and a Bluetooth speaker, chances are you've heard the news: Vinyl is making a comeback.
Yes, Pono is an awkward name. No, it's not a new type of music file . And yes, you can finally get dibs on one.
Here's an unexpected one: Just two days ago the Pono went live on Kickstarter , and within 24 hours quickly smashed through its $800,000 target at a pledging rate of nearly $100,000 per hour.
Steinberg Media Technologies today announced WaveLab 8.5 , a purchasable point update for the audio editing and mastering software.
Pono's mission is to provide the best possible listening experience of your favorite music.
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A little-known, 18-employee music equipment manufacturer in Boulder is the technology driver behind Neil Young's digital music venture, an end-to-end ecosystem that will pit the legendary singer and songwriter against Apple's iTunes and iPod juggernaut.
Want a music player and online purchase catalog that'll bring to the slightly backwards digital audio paradigm what you've been accustomed to having since the 1980s from physical media? You're in the minority of audio buffs, but I'm right there with you.
Music icon Neil Young will soon follow in the footsteps of thousands of others in his effort to bring a new invention to market.