SINE Player Time Macro and Micro bundle sounds review

The SINE Player sound system based on actual recordings in the famous Teldex Studios in Berlin, Germany, is constantly growing with new collections. The latest one is called TIME Macro and TIME Micro. Both collections are associated with “chronographic” or “chronometric” scenes. The Macro set uses a symphonic orchestra setup, while the Micro set uses a chamber orchestra. Orchestral Tools calls them “structures” and while that is a close description of these collections it might make people think they’re not suitable for music not related to scenic events like in a documentary or a movie. That would be a mistake.… Read More SINE Player Time Macro and Micro bundle sounds review

iZotope RX 9 Advanced review

Audio processing has fallen victim to the idea that AI is always going to be better than the human touch. Yet, many AI-based solutions spit out results that are worse than a human expert is capable of achieving. Some aspects of AI combine well with human expertise, though, especially in the audio processing field. Using machine learning algorithms in audio, video and photo processing applications is a good thing, mainly because they leave the editor in charge and increase efficiency. Since a good few versions back, iZotope has relied on machine learning excellence for their RX Audio Editor and the newest version takes it to the next level. I tested RX 9 Advanced to see if it lives up to its promise.… Read More iZotope RX 9 Advanced review

Power Prompter, a teleprompter for broadcasting, vlogging and Keynote presentations

Power Prompter is a €49.99 Mac-only teleprompter for people who need to talk at presentations or slideshows and webinars, as well as vloggers and even professional broadcasters. It supports beamsplitter hoods for setups such as the Autocue Starter and Master Series and can be controlled remotely. It offers smooth scrolling at a constant 60fps.… Read More Power Prompter, a teleprompter for broadcasting, vlogging and Keynote presentations

Audio Hijack Live Stream Block streams audio to Youtube, Facebook, Periscope and others

When Covid–19 struck, Rogue Amoeba received extensive user requests to make live streaming available immediately as people are confined to their homes the world over. The Live Stream block supports live streaming audio to RTMP servers like YouTube Live, Twitch, and Periscope. It enables Audio Hijack users to deliver a live feed while recording a podcast or transmitting content like a concert. Listeners can tune in right through their browsers, as well as in branded apps.… Read More Audio Hijack Live Stream Block streams audio to Youtube, Facebook, Periscope and others