Audio Engineers Built a Shield To Deflect Police Sound Cannons
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Audio Engineers Built a Shield To Deflect Police Sound Cannons (vice.com) Posted by BeauHD on Tuesday June 09, 2020 @08:50PM from the taste-of-your-own-medicine dept. An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: Over the past two weeks, cops have been deploying every tool at their disposal to suppress worldwide protests and riots over the deaths…

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This Is the PS5
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Screenshot: SonyWhile Microsoft has already shared a number of details about the Xbox Series X, Sony has taken a more cautious approach for its next-gen console. But today, following an absolute deluge of trailers for upcoming games, Sony finally gave us a glimpse at the PS5.Sporting features including 4K Ultra HD Blu Ray support, real-time…

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Microsoft’s Your Phone app now lets you control your smartphone’s audio
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Source: MicrosoftWhat you need to knowControlling your smartphone’s audio with the Your Phone app on Windows 10 is now generally available. The feature works with Android devices running Android 7.0 and PCs running the Windows 10 October 2018 Update or later. You can switch between multiple sources of audio in the Windows 10 app’s dropdown…

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Save 97% on a lifetime subscription to this music production class
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Products featured here are selected by our partners at StackCommerce.If you buy something through links on our site, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. The Ableton Music Production Mastery bundle is on sale for £22.93 as of June 17. Image: Pexels By StackCommerceMashable Shopping2020-06-17 04:30:00 UTC TL;DR: The Ableton Music Production Mastery bundle is on…

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Twitch will begin scanning and deleting clips that contain copyrighted music
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Twitch plans to start automatically scanning clips of live streams for copyrighted music following a wave of takedown requests on years-old videos, which has frustrated streamers over the last week. Twitch says it will automatically delete clips with copyrighted music in them and that it will not penalize streamers — under its current rules, streamers…

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