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Music Audio Always Starts Playing at Loud Level

I've a problem with the audio playback of music. Whenever a track starts playing it does so at the same default (too loud) volume. I can turn the volume down but when the next track starts the volume jumps back up to the loud ...
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Tyler's comment, March 9, 2013 4:11 PM
very true
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Apple held talks with Beats Audio over 'Daisy' streaming music ...

Apple held talks with Beats Audio over 'Daisy' streaming music ... | Audio Engineer | Scoop.it
Talks were informational but Apple may still be partner.
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Tyler's comment, March 9, 2013 4:09 PM
great news
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SoundCloud - Hear the world’s sounds

Explore the largest community of artists, bands, podcasters and creators of music & audio (RT @arminvanbuuren: Check out @BBCR1 tomorrow with @petetong for some big #AvBIntense news...

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Tyler's comment, March 9, 2013 4:08 PM
quality
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A car that knows where your kids are: BMW invests in Life360 | GigaOM Cleantech News

A car that knows where your kids are: BMW invests in Life360 | GigaOM Cleantech News | Audio Engineer | Scoop.it

The first wave of connected car apps centered on music and audio streaming. It looks like the second wave of in-dash services may revolve around location sharing.

 

We’ve already seen location-sharing app Glympse make it into its first connected platform, Ford’s Sync AppLink. Now BMW’s strategic investment arm i Ventures is partnering with family locator service Life360 to develop in-car technologies that would allow family members to locate one another and coordinate their activities. i Ventures is also making an undisclosed investment in the San Francisco startup.

 

While an app like Glympse allows you to selectively share your location with anyone for a set period of time, Life360 creates a permanent share between a close-knit group such as a nuclear family. That allows Life360 to build services on top of that presence data.

 

“Imagine you want to meet your wife at your kids’ soccer game,” said Chris Hulls, co-founder and CEO of Life360. “Right now you have to call her, get an address and then program it into your navigation system to get directions. That’s a lot of unnecessary friction.”

 

What Life360 proposes is an in-dash app that automatically keeps tabs on your family members’ activities. To find your wife, as in Hulls’ example, you merely have to tap on her portrait in the app, and her location is automatically fed into the car’s vehicle nav system.

 

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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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Tyler's comment, March 9, 2013 4:11 PM
it would be scary for my parents to know where i am
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Evan Blocker – Rufio (Audio)

Evan Blocker – Rufio (Audio) | Audio Engineer | Scoop.it
Upon a simple glance at the title of this track, we now hold Nashville's Evan Blocker responsible for chants of "Rufio! Rufio! Ru-fi-o!" stuck in our head throughout the remainder of the day.
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Tyler's comment, March 9, 2013 4:08 PM
interesting