The idea is a top/ chimney pipe/ tall hat which has the mind of it's own (akin to the Sorting Hat in Harry Potter). This hat is very conscious about social distancing (rightfully) and if you go too close it will shout at you (not quite rightfully). When the hat is shouting it’s mind blows … Continue reading Building the AntiSocial Distance Machine – The Arduino code (HC-SR04, DFmini Player) and electronics
The transformation of sound between you and your computer (and back)
While living in the digital age it is easy to forget about the technology which helps every day communication on our phone, tablets and PCs. Mobile phones were already almost a basic commodity and the restrictions of the virus pandemic supercharged the number of people whom are using VOIP (voice) based applications such as Zoom, … Continue reading The transformation of sound between you and your computer (and back)
Shure SM57 & its clones turn 55 and the OP makes a discovery
The legendary SM57 microphone from Shure is turning 55 years old, which is a grand age for a piece of tech item still in production. It is allegedly the most used microphone of all time and if you ever held a microphone in your hands you have a good chance that it was (or some … Continue reading Shure SM57 & its clones turn 55 and the OP makes a discovery
A selection of microphones Vol I.
This is a list of commonly used microphones in a studio environment and their brief description. I am studying audio and this might be useful for some with similar interest. If you know your beans and spot an error, please leave comment SE 2200 II SE-2A AKG C1000 AKG C451 BAKG C414 XLS Cascade Fat … Continue reading A selection of microphones Vol I.