Microphones

  • Using GarageBand Normalization to Correct Your Low Audio Inputs

    … to optimize (questionable) for playback. In the case above, though, we can use normalization to our advantage. If you mute all but a single track, export the individual track (aiff so you don’t lose quality like with an mp3) and do that for each track they will be normalized on export. Then you can delete your audio within each track in your project…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 15 readers -
  • Audio 360: Facebook Brings Spatial Audio to 360-Degree Videos

    … to record audio with an ambisonic microphone—a microphone that records directional audio—or simply use existing monoscopic and stereoscopic audio tracks along with Facebook’s free 360 Spatial Workstation tools to edit the audio in post-production. Our tools enable creators to sync their audio with what viewers see in a 360 video’s field of view…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 37 readers -
  • 5 Tips to Grow from Livestreamer to Broadcaster

    … Live internet video content is changing the way we consume media. This new brand of media, known as “streaming,” is knocking down barriers that have kept traditional media as something of a closed ecosystem. Platforms like Twitch and YouTube have made it easier than ever for anyone with a camera and microphone–or even simply a laptop–to create…

    Inside Facebookin Facebook Twitter YouTube- 15 readers -
  • Oculus Rift Headset, Oculus Touch Controller Coming in 1Q 2016

    … an integrated VR audio system designed to convince your ears that you’re truly there. The integrated headphones are also removable in case you want to use your own. It also incorporates a high-quality internal microphone for social experiences. The Rift has an advanced ergonomic design improves the headset’s overall balance and stability. This strap…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Facebook- 21 readers -
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