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Broadcast students' learning live using Spreaker DJ.

Broadcast students' learning live using Spreaker DJ. | Electronics Changing The Industry | Scoop.it

"Spreaker DJ app is available for iPad, iPhone or Android  devices and also available at www.spreaker.com . Spreaker transforms your device into a full-featured radio station, allowing you to mix your voice with your music library and a range of sound effects. Broadcast your lessons live or have students broadcast their learning by running their own radio station during the lessons. Students can create podcasts that could be listen to after the lesson as a form of revision or to review their learning. Students and teachers can easily share their shows via twitter, Facebook or email.  Another excellent feature is the ability to chat to the DJs during the show and could be used as an excellent way to increase the interaction between students all over the world."


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Now on iPad, iPhone and Android you are able to use applications to create your very own radio station with effects, mix the tracks and in the order you would like them to be heard. You are able to create podcast, you are able to DJ with this application and all you will need is an iPad and your music library.

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Susan's curator insight, June 25, 2013 7:37 AM

Very engaging for students.  Great for language teachers who would like to work on speaking skills!

Laura Jaramillo's curator insight, September 11, 2013 9:01 PM

Now on iPad, iPhone and Android you are able to use applications to create your very own radio station with effects, mix the tracks and in the order you would like them to be heard. You are able to create podcast, you are able to DJ with this application and all you will need is an iPad and your music library.    

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Broadcast students' learning live using Spreaker DJ.

Broadcast students' learning live using Spreaker DJ. | Electronics Changing The Industry | Scoop.it

"Spreaker DJ app is available for iPad, iPhone or Android  devices and also available at www.spreaker.com . Spreaker transforms your device into a full-featured radio station, allowing you to mix your voice with your music library and a range of sound effects. Broadcast your lessons live or have students broadcast their learning by running their own radio station during the lessons. Students can create podcasts that could be listen to after the lesson as a form of revision or to review their learning. Students and teachers can easily share their shows via twitter, Facebook or email.  Another excellent feature is the ability to chat to the DJs during the show and could be used as an excellent way to increase the interaction between students all over the world."


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Now on iPad, iPhone and Android you are able to use applications to create your very own radio station with effects, mix the tracks and in the order you would like them to be heard. You are able to create podcast, you are able to DJ with this application and all you will need is an iPad and your music library.

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Susan's curator insight, June 25, 2013 7:37 AM

Very engaging for students.  Great for language teachers who would like to work on speaking skills!

Laura Jaramillo's curator insight, September 11, 2013 9:01 PM

Now on iPad, iPhone and Android you are able to use applications to create your very own radio station with effects, mix the tracks and in the order you would like them to be heard. You are able to create podcast, you are able to DJ with this application and all you will need is an iPad and your music library.    

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Broadcast students' learning live using Spreaker DJ.

Broadcast students' learning live using Spreaker DJ. | Electronics Changing The Industry | Scoop.it

"Spreaker DJ app is available for iPad, iPhone or Android  devices and also available at www.spreaker.com . Spreaker transforms your device into a full-featured radio station, allowing you to mix your voice with your music library and a range of sound effects. Broadcast your lessons live or have students broadcast their learning by running their own radio station during the lessons. Students can create podcasts that could be listen to after the lesson as a form of revision or to review their learning. Students and teachers can easily share their shows via twitter, Facebook or email.  Another excellent feature is the ability to chat to the DJs during the show and could be used as an excellent way to increase the interaction between students all over the world."


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Laura Jaramillo's insight:

Now on iPad, iPhone and Android you are able to use applications to create your very own radio station with effects, mix the tracks and in the order you would like them to be heard. You are able to create podcast, you are able to DJ with this application and all you will need is an iPad and your music library.    

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Susan's curator insight, June 25, 2013 7:37 AM

Very engaging for students.  Great for language teachers who would like to work on speaking skills!

Laura Jaramillo's curator insight, September 11, 2013 9:39 PM

Now on iPad, iPhone and Android you are able to use applications to create your very own radio station with effects, mix the tracks and in the order you would like them to be heard. You are able to create podcast, you are able to DJ with this application and all you will need is an iPad and your music library.

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An Incredible Way To Teach Music Using iPads In The Classroom [Video] - Edudemic

An Incredible Way To Teach Music Using iPads In The Classroom [Video] - Edudemic | Electronics Changing The Industry | Scoop.it

"What happens when you take a classroom of students, add 24 iPads as well as sound recording gear and then throw in a live band? A pretty catchy song that gives you hope for the future of music in the digital age."


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This source talked about a music class that was taught mostly though ipads and how students were all able to participate and write songs as a band together using garageband. This makes playing music much more portable and easier to carry and accesse for everyone. Insted of bring a keyboard you are able to bring the application out and play it on the iPad.

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Recording and Producing Music with IK Multimedia and the iPhone iPad | P5Audio Music Production Blog

Recording and Producing Music with IK Multimedia and the iPhone iPad | P5Audio Music Production Blog | Electronics Changing The Industry | Scoop.it
Recording music on the go with the iPad, iPhone and IK Multimedia iRig Mic for music production.

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Laura Jaramillo's curator insight, September 11, 2013 8:40 PM

 The first professional practicing, performing, and recording vocal processor for the iPhone and iPad. It has 5 dedicated real-time vocal effects: pitch correction, harmonizer, voice doubler, de-esser and vocal morpher and 7 effects: EQ, reverb, compressor, delay ect.. This really changes the accessibility of making music anywhere and not needing a studio to record.

 

Pro: Record yourself anywhere, that means at any moment when you think of something creative you can record it right away.

 

Con: The quality of recording will change and decreases the production of music. There is only so much that the iPhone and iPod so the audio tracks will not be as good as a normal microphone. 

Kangwei Chen's curator insight, February 16, 1:15 PM

Now days techs about audio recording already beyond people's thought, that means people can record very high quality audio file without studio to complete. Mac software and other Apple products also handle high quality voice from iRig.

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Broadcast students' learning live using Spreaker DJ.

Broadcast students' learning live using Spreaker DJ. | Electronics Changing The Industry | Scoop.it

"Spreaker DJ app is available for iPad, iPhone or Android  devices and also available at www.spreaker.com . Spreaker transforms your device into a full-featured radio station, allowing you to mix your voice with your music library and a range of sound effects. Broadcast your lessons live or have students broadcast their learning by running their own radio station during the lessons. Students can create podcasts that could be listen to after the lesson as a form of revision or to review their learning. Students and teachers can easily share their shows via twitter, Facebook or email.  Another excellent feature is the ability to chat to the DJs during the show and could be used as an excellent way to increase the interaction between students all over the world."


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Susan's curator insight, June 25, 2013 7:37 AM

Very engaging for students.  Great for language teachers who would like to work on speaking skills!

Laura Jaramillo's curator insight, September 11, 2013 9:01 PM

Now on iPad, iPhone and Android you are able to use applications to create your very own radio station with effects, mix the tracks and in the order you would like them to be heard. You are able to create podcast, you are able to DJ with this application and all you will need is an iPad and your music library.    

Laura Jaramillo's curator insight, September 11, 2013 9:39 PM

Now on iPad, iPhone and Android you are able to use applications to create your very own radio station with effects, mix the tracks and in the order you would like them to be heard. You are able to create podcast, you are able to DJ with this application and all you will need is an iPad and your music library.

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A Portable Professional Recording Microphone for your iPhone

A Portable Professional Recording Microphone for your iPhone | Electronics Changing The Industry | Scoop.it

Robin Good: The Mikey Digital is a portable, pocket sized microphone designed to work with your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad (unfortunately, a lightning adapter is required for the iPhone 5 and iPad mini. The adapters are available for $29 through Apple) and ready to record both quality live sound as well as interview voices and electric instruments that can plug directly into its dedicated plug.

 

From the official site: "Featuring two custom-tuned Blue capsules for stereo recording, a line-input, USB pass through and a stylish updated 230-degree rotating design, Mikey's three gain settings allow for a versatile recording experience for everything from a loud concert to a whisper."

 

From the Mashable review: "Guitar players can plug cables directly into the device through the input and sync their instruments with a number of recording apps, which give users an experience similar to having thousands of pedals and cabinets to work with."

Source: http://mashable.com/2012/11/01/mikey-digital-iphone5-ipad-mini/

 

Reference price: $99

 

Specs: http://www.bluemic.com/mikey_digital/#/specs/

 

Supported audio apps: http://www.bluemic.com/mikey_digital/#/applications/

 

Photos: http://www.bluemic.com/mikey_digital/#/photos/

 

Audio recording sample: http://www.bluemic.com/mikey_digital/#/audio/

 

FAQ: http://www.bluemic.com/mikey_digital/#/faq/

 

Find out more: http://www.bluemic.com/mikey_digital

 

 


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Norman Kathi's curator insight, February 1, 2013 11:32 PM

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Laura Jaramillo's curator insight, September 11, 2013 9:29 PM

This new Mikey Digital is the perfect tool for mobile recording. With this microphone you are able to record anyplace amy where. You are able to record music, videos, interviews, guitars and you are able to create a portable recording studio.

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A Portable Professional Recording Microphone for your iPhone

A Portable Professional Recording Microphone for your iPhone | Electronics Changing The Industry | Scoop.it

Robin Good: The Mikey Digital is a portable, pocket sized microphone designed to work with your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad (unfortunately, a lightning adapter is required for the iPhone 5 and iPad mini. The adapters are available for $29 through Apple) and ready to record both quality live sound as well as interview voices and electric instruments that can plug directly into its dedicated plug.

 

From the official site: "Featuring two custom-tuned Blue capsules for stereo recording, a line-input, USB pass through and a stylish updated 230-degree rotating design, Mikey's three gain settings allow for a versatile recording experience for everything from a loud concert to a whisper."

 

From the Mashable review: "Guitar players can plug cables directly into the device through the input and sync their instruments with a number of recording apps, which give users an experience similar to having thousands of pedals and cabinets to work with."

Source: http://mashable.com/2012/11/01/mikey-digital-iphone5-ipad-mini/

 

Reference price: $99

 

Specs: http://www.bluemic.com/mikey_digital/#/specs/

 

Supported audio apps: http://www.bluemic.com/mikey_digital/#/applications/

 

Photos: http://www.bluemic.com/mikey_digital/#/photos/

 

Audio recording sample: http://www.bluemic.com/mikey_digital/#/audio/

 

FAQ: http://www.bluemic.com/mikey_digital/#/faq/

 

Find out more: http://www.bluemic.com/mikey_digital

 

 


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Laura Jaramillo's insight:

This new Mikey Digital is the perfect tool for mobile recording. With this microphone you are able to record anyplace amy where. You are able to record music, videos, interviews, guitars and you are able to create a portable recording studio.

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Are Sound Waves the Future of Mobile Marketing?

Are Sound Waves the Future of Mobile Marketing? | Electronics Changing The Industry | Scoop.it
Sonic Notify is a platform that lets companies and brands deliver content through sound anytime and anywhere.

 

Your Starbucks runs and concert visits will soon be more interactive.

 

Imagine the luxury of walking into a coffee shop and receiving a personalized drink deal on your smartphone or tablet upon entry. Or, receiving an automated mobile thank-you note for watching a film, exactly an hour after leaving the theater.

 

Thanks to Sonic Notify technology, activated by audio, our smartphones are getting smarter. So smart, in fact, they’re interacting with elements in your surroundings to bring you relevant media. By installing Sonic technology into apps, companies can trigger mobile notifications at precise times or specific locations.

 

Co-founders Jonathan Glanz and Alex Bell started developing the unique audio-to-mobile technology in 2011. A year later, brands and entertainers can engage with customers using the patent-pending Sonic technology. The next time you’re standing in the dairy aisle deciding between ice cream flavors, don’t be surprised if you receive mobile recommendations and discounts from a tech-savvy brand.

 

The sound-triggered technology allows precise delivery of content to mobile devices within apps, Sonic Notify EVP Ross Weinstein tells Mashable. Sonic technology can be integrated into in-store radio broadcasts, TV shows, movies, sporting events or live concerts. The triggering sound, inaudible to human ears, can also play from discreetly placed devices.

 

“Anywhere audio is being broadcast, there’s an opportunity for content to be delivered,” Weinstein says.

 

Sonic Notify’s clients can choose to push out mobile content at a specific time and location. Musicians can push out exclusive media to an entire stadium of fans. Stores can wait to engage customers standing in front of a specific product.

 

Continue Reading... 

Laura Jaramillo's insight:

This article shows how much applications are now being developed to help live sound and artist. With the progress on smartphones now phone will be able to send discounts when you enter McDonalds because it know you are there. Now at concerts you are able to with an amp access the cameras and see what you would like to see of the shows live.

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Recording and Producing Music with IK Multimedia and the iPhone iPad | P5Audio Music Production Blog

Recording and Producing Music with IK Multimedia and the iPhone iPad | P5Audio Music Production Blog | Electronics Changing The Industry | Scoop.it
Recording music on the go with the iPad, iPhone and IK Multimedia iRig Mic for music production.

Via Christopher Tully, Laura Jaramillo
Laura Jaramillo's insight:

 The first professional practicing, performing, and recording vocal processor for the iPhone and iPad. It has 5 dedicated real-time vocal effects: pitch correction, harmonizer, voice doubler, de-esser and vocal morpher and 7 effects: EQ, reverb, compressor, delay ect.. This really changes the accessibility of making music anywhere and not needing a studio to record.

 

Pro: Record yourself anywhere, that means at any moment when you think of something creative you can record it right away.

 

Con: The quality of recording will change and decreases the production of music. There is only so much that the iPhone and iPod so the audio tracks will not be as good as a normal microphone. 

more...
Kangwei Chen's curator insight, February 16, 1:15 PM

Now days techs about audio recording already beyond people's thought, that means people can record very high quality audio file without studio to complete. Mac software and other Apple products also handle high quality voice from iRig.

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An Incredible Way To Teach Music Using iPads In The Classroom [Video] - Edudemic

An Incredible Way To Teach Music Using iPads In The Classroom [Video] - Edudemic | Electronics Changing The Industry | Scoop.it

"What happens when you take a classroom of students, add 24 iPads as well as sound recording gear and then throw in a live band? A pretty catchy song that gives you hope for the future of music in the digital age."


Via John Evans
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Laura Jaramillo's curator insight, September 11, 2013 8:48 PM

This source talked about a music class that was taught mostly though ipads and how students were all able to participate and write songs as a band together using garageband. This makes playing music much more portable and easier to carry and accesse for everyone. Insted of bring a keyboard you are able to bring the application out and play it on the iPad.

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Are Sound Waves the Future of Mobile Marketing?

Are Sound Waves the Future of Mobile Marketing? | Electronics Changing The Industry | Scoop.it
Sonic Notify is a platform that lets companies and brands deliver content through sound anytime and anywhere.

 

Your Starbucks runs and concert visits will soon be more interactive.

 

Imagine the luxury of walking into a coffee shop and receiving a personalized drink deal on your smartphone or tablet upon entry. Or, receiving an automated mobile thank-you note for watching a film, exactly an hour after leaving the theater.

 

Thanks to Sonic Notify technology, activated by audio, our smartphones are getting smarter. So smart, in fact, they’re interacting with elements in your surroundings to bring you relevant media. By installing Sonic technology into apps, companies can trigger mobile notifications at precise times or specific locations.

 

Co-founders Jonathan Glanz and Alex Bell started developing the unique audio-to-mobile technology in 2011. A year later, brands and entertainers can engage with customers using the patent-pending Sonic technology. The next time you’re standing in the dairy aisle deciding between ice cream flavors, don’t be surprised if you receive mobile recommendations and discounts from a tech-savvy brand.

 

The sound-triggered technology allows precise delivery of content to mobile devices within apps, Sonic Notify EVP Ross Weinstein tells Mashable. Sonic technology can be integrated into in-store radio broadcasts, TV shows, movies, sporting events or live concerts. The triggering sound, inaudible to human ears, can also play from discreetly placed devices.

 

“Anywhere audio is being broadcast, there’s an opportunity for content to be delivered,” Weinstein says.

 

Sonic Notify’s clients can choose to push out mobile content at a specific time and location. Musicians can push out exclusive media to an entire stadium of fans. Stores can wait to engage customers standing in front of a specific product.

 

Continue Reading... 

more...
Laura Jaramillo's curator insight, September 11, 2013 8:56 PM

This article shows how much applications are now being developed to help live sound and artist. With the progress on smartphones now phone will be able to send discounts when you enter McDonalds because it know you are there. Now at concerts you are able to with an amp access the cameras and see what you would like to see of the shows live.