Welcome to Audio Weaver Sessions, where we explore the design process of DSP-based projects using Audio Weaver Designer by DSP Concepts. For our first session, we will be discussing simple DSP Crossover design.
Welcome back to The Blackboard Sessions! This week, we will be discussing the complexities of time travel, although it's really not what you think...
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With 2020 being largely a "virtual" year, it's safe to say that we are all ready to get back to attending live events! The Rocky Mountain Audio Festival is a perennial favorite for checking out the latest in audio technology. With some help from our friends at Hollis Audio Labs, we are looking forward to exhibiting in the Al Stiefel Memorial Room in October.
Welcome to The Blackboard Sessions. In our first section, we will be discussing the benefits of DSP-integrated loudspeaker systems, and hope to answer the question "Why DSP Crossovers?"
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When I was 4, listening to children’s records on my denim-covered Sears turntable, I asked my mom if I could have one of her records. She said, “Here’s one that your dad never listens to ..” and handed me Meet The Beatles. I listened for an entire day before she showed me how to change the speed from 45rpm to 33rpm.
Sometimes finding a name for a product line is challenging, but also kinda fun. Now I realize names for our products will never be quite as outrageous as those required for a successful craft beer, but believe it or not, it did take a bit of thought.
As many of you may know, there was a fire that decimated one of the manufacturing plants at Asahi Kasei Microdevices (AKM) in October. While there are many industries that rely on AKM for important parts, there hasn't been an industry that has been more disrupted than the high performance & professional audio spaces. This article covers current updates on the situation, as well as our plan for 2021 in response to this tragic news.
In all the iterations of our website in the last 22 years, one thing has remained pretty constant: getting content from engineers that really don't like to write is a constant struggle. It may not surprise you that Al is one of them.