Greetings!An odd title to be sure but perfect for my next article.René-Maurice Gattefossé, born 1881, died 1950. Was a chemist and perfumer working in the Provence region of France and lived principal...
Alright, thanks for coming back for my next installment in this article series concerning audio effects. In the past few weeks we have covered quite a few commonly used effects, such as reverb, delay,...
With the widespread popularity of CD and DVD burning software such as Nero, it has allowed users to duplicate their own CD and DVDs easily using their computers. It is a fast and easy way to back up y...
As you may recall, Sony BMG ran into a bit of bad publicity earlier this year when it started issuing music CDs that installed an anti-piracy program on user computers. Well, Sony just got off light.S...
Most people may not exactly be familiar with it yet, but a BBC audio book is actually the term used to call the series of products that are, in essence, audio recordings straight from the trusty BBC n...
Music has always been a big influence in the lives of young people. Elvis, the Beatles, U2 and others have left a mark on their generations. Unfortunately that influence has not always been positive. ...
Have you ever found a used computer component then attempted to install it on your computer only to find that you need the accompanying software CD? Did you get a great deal on a slightly used printe...
Trackers! What are they? Tracker is the generic term for a class of software music sequencers which, in their purest form, allow the user to arrange sound samples on a timeline across several mono cha...
Audio books are becoming more and more popular each day. In 2004, over $124 million worth of audio books were sold in the UK and $120 million in Germany during 2005, with experts predicting that ...
After quite a few years now of Digital Photography I have amassed a huge number of photos which are safely backed-up on my External Hard Drive. I have printed off some of the better ones and kept t...