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Working with sound.

  1. Adobe CS4 Coming Soon

    Adobe is set to announce the latest version of their productivity suite, CS4, on 23rd September 2008. You can be among the first in the world to see the new features during a web broadcast the same day. Sign up here:
  2. Can MT9 replace MP3?

    MT9 is an digital audio file format developed by Korea's Electronics and Telecommunications Institute, and currently being considered as a new international standard by the Motion Pictures Experts Group (MPEG). You can hear it in action at

    As well as an increase in sound quality, MT9 boasts a very cool feature: 6 channels of audio that can be independently adjusted. End users can become producers - pump up the bass, remove the vocals for Karaoke, isolate the guitar track... ...
  3. Premiere Pro, MPEG Files & Missing Audio

    Over the past couple of weeks I've been involved in a project that used a variety of camcorders, most of them Sony HDD (hard drive) camcorders that record in MPEG format. If you've ever tried to use these camcorders for editing, there's a fair chance you've discovered that the recording format isn't easy to work with. In particular, we struck the common problem that the MPEG files lose their audio when imported into Adobe Premiere Pro.

    The reason for this is that Premiere Pro doesn't ...
    Video , Audio
  4. The world's oldest audio recording

    This story appeared last week at
    A 10-second audio clip of a woman singing has been played back for the first time in 150 years. The recording was made in 1860 and is thought to be the oldest in the world. It was made using a machine called a "phonautograph" which etches soot-covered paper. The recording pre-dates Thomas Edison's first recording by around 17 years.

    You can see the full story and hear the recording at Don't expect too much - this ...
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