I recently bought the new Beyerdynamic Lagoon ANC headphones. They come with MOSAYC sound personalization. This feature is advertised as follows: Our sense of hearing is unique and changes over the course of our lives. Like a mosaic, some pieces of the sound picture get lost or they fade. The unique MOSAYC sound personalization by… Continue reading I like my mids … or why sound personalization isn’t that personal
If you are anything like me, you are curious about the current state and the future of Web Audio. So I asked one of the Web Audio API spec editors, Mozilla’s Paul Adenot, if I could shoot some questions. He said sure, and was so kind to take some time and answer them elaborately. Here are… Continue reading Interview with Paul Adenot, Web Audio Spec Editor
Did you come across digital clipping in web audio apps? I certainly did several times (mostly in my own apps though). This undesired effect occurs when you play several sound sources at the same time, which results in a signal that is louder than the maximum of 0 dBFS. Since a digital system is unable to… Continue reading Should your web audio app have a limiter?
CAAT, the custom audio algorithm tester is a page that let’s you try out your own simple audio filter algorithms. Just (mis)use the textarea for coding and listen to what you get. There are some examples on how you would do basic things. It helps me sometimes, when I just want to check something out… Continue reading CAAT – Custom audio algorithm tester