In western music theory, a Synthetic Chord is a chord that cannot be analyzed in terms of common chord structures, such as a dominant or seventh chord.
Bill Gardner, inventor and recognized expert in the field of reverb and audio specialization, has created the cutting edge in teleconferencing: vSpace.
A little known side effect of Ambien and other related prescription sleep aids was Sleep Driving, where asleep consumers got in their cars and started to drive.
Embodied Cognition is the concept that the mind not only influences the body but that the body influences the mind. The idea dates back to early 20th century.
Gestalt is a German word meaning the essence or shape of an entity's complete form. First popularized in the 1970s the term means the totality of the situation.
Both a methodology of code production and a philosophy of sharing for the common good, Open Source is the practice of making source code available to all.
In western music, certain combinations of pitches are considered by many people as Unpleasant or needing resolution. This is known as Dissonance.
Ardour by Paul Davis of Amazon, is an Open Source DAW, or Digital Audio Workstation, with a feature set that rivals that of commercially available software.
MiiM & Associates founded by audio industry veteran, Michael Logue, and based in Santa Cruz California, is an idea company within the musical technology space.
Virtual Studio Technology (VST) was introduced by Steinberg Media Technologies in 1996. This open standard connects audio plug-ins to any VST application.