Android 2.2: Badly-needed Improvements to Audio, Touch, More; What’s Missing

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Yes, I admit it’s getting better.

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Android 2.2: Badly-needed Improvements to Audio, Touch, More; What’s Missing

Sir George Martin to Attend AES London Convention

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The Audio Engineering Society’s 128th Convention in London takes place at the Novotel Convention Centre in Hammersmith, with conferences May 22-25 and exhibitions May 23-25. The AES announces that research scientist Masataka Goto, who leads the Media Interaction Group at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Japan, will be the keynote speaker at the Convention’s opening ceremony on May 22 at 12:30 p.m. local time

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Ray Kurzweil to Receive Vision Award on September 23

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The 40th anniversary presentation of the Vision Awards will take place on September 23, 2010, in Beverly Hills. For the first time, the Vision Awards will present a “Pioneer in Technology” award to Ray Kurzweil (pictured)

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ALMA Announces Student Loudspeaker Design Competition

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ALMA, the International Loudspeaker Association based in Boston, announces its inaugural Student Loudspeaker Design Competition. Entrants must be full-time students at an accredited college or graduate institution.

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Tim Exile Starts Video Blog, Makes Beatbox Light Art with Reaktor

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Tim Exile, talented musician, Reaktor guru, and mad genius of interactive live performance, has started a video blog. It’s tough to describe what’s covered in the video, other than to say Tim is starting more or less an open house in his brain, which can only lead to good things.

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Tim Exile Starts Video Blog, Makes Beatbox Light Art with Reaktor

Attention, Newcomers: Theremin Explained in 3 Minutes

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Video Games – E3 2010 – It’s #&*%ing Science! We know you’re out there: somehow, you haven’t heard the gospel of the Theremin, the first great electronic instrument of the 20th Century. Our friend Yaniv Fituci, associate producer for G4 TV, takes on the topic and some condenses it into the space of about three minutes, through the magic of lots of jump cuts. (It’s called MTV-style-editing, and I hear these kids love this MTV thing.

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AudioEngine Hires Samantha Mazza as General Manager in New York City

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audioEngine has hired industry veteran Samantha Mazza (pictured) as general manager of its flagship New York City studio.

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Waves Audio Addresses Intellectual Property, Copyright Infringements

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Waves Audio, a leading provider of digital signal processing solutions, announces that the company recently won one lawsuit and had a defendant admit liability in a second lawsuit regarding intellectual property infringements and the illegal use of its software. The two studios named were New York City-based Reckless Music, LLC, d.b.a

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L-Acoustics Launches KARA/SB18 Pilot Program

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L-Acoustics in Marcoussis, France, has launched its KARA/SB18 Pilot Program, which will primarily involve existing members of the L-Acoustics Rental Network, particularly dV-DOSC owners interested in advanced field testing of the new system for corporate and special events through to concert applications.

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Dr. Fritz Sennheiser, 1912-2010

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Just a few days after his 98th birthday, Dr. Fritz Sennheiser, the founder of Sennheiser Electronics passed away

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Dr. Fritz Sennheiser, 1912-2010