Thanks to the development of technology, humans are slowly being replaced by robots in certain cases, but what if a human is replaced by artificial intelligence? If you’re considered whether artificial intelligence can do the job as well as human, well, Denise is here to prove that. Continue reading »
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Robots are constantly evoloving, and they can do all sorts of things, such as singing and playing instruments, but now we have a robot that can actually recognize and learn the beat patterns. YouTube user mspetitegeek along with her lab colleague Tatsuhiko Itohara have been working with HRP-2, a humanoid robot developed by Kawada Industries. Continue reading »
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Pioneer has introduced two new speakers into their large line-up of audio equipment, the new S-DJ08 and S-DJ05 are sound reference monitors that are mostly used for DJ’s or people who just love loud, live music. Designed for music production, the bi-amp 2-way powered speakers both have the middle soft dome speaker, and heat sink running on two different circuits which drive the sub woofer and tweeter separately. The S-DJ08 has a large 8-inch woofer while the S-DJ05 has a reasonably smaller one at 5 inches.
Thanks to Noise.io, the first ever iPhone synthesizer is finally here. Now you can mix up your own music no matter where you are with your iPhone.
Noise.io was designed with musicians and DJ’s in mind for those who love to develop, create and show off their own music. In addition to that, Noise.io is not a simple app, it is packed with well thought out, detailed features and has a powerful user interface.
For a complete amateur like myself, I had alot of difficulty learning how to use it in the first place, fortunately Noise.io does offer some instructions on their website and their forum was quite useful too. One of the features of Noise.io which will prove to be popular among users is it’s ability to allow you to share your presets with other Noise.io users via the web.
The video below contains a demo electronic track produced using an iPhone with Noise.io!
Noise.io is available for purchase online for $5.99 via the AppStore, we recommend you check out more info first using the link below before you commit yourself to buying though!