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.
With the advent of digital signal processing it became possible to model the behavior of individual components within a circuit.
Cubase is a digital audio workstation (DAW) for music composing and audio recording. It was originally developed for the Atari system in 1989 to support MIDI.
A Foxhole Radio is the kind of radio that was sometimes used during World War II in foxholes so soldiers could listen into radio stations playing music.
KRK Rokit 8 1st Generation
The KRK Rokit 8 studio monitors are found in may home studios. They are reasonably affordable and you get good clean, crisp quality for the price.
Apple's Logic Studio is a professional audio production suite for Mac OS. The suite's primary software, Logic Pro, is designed for music composition & audio.
Mini Discs were was popular in the 90's for storing audio data. The compact, un-scratchable, re-recordable discs are protected by a hard plastic case.
Pro Tools is a digital audio workstation (DAW) manufactured by Avid. The recording software comes equip with Bomb Factory's award winning compressor & plugins.
A tweeter is a component of a loud speaker. It is comprised of a diaphragm attached to a voice coil which is suspended in a magnetic field.
Bill Gardner, inventor and recognized expert in the field of reverb and audio specialization, has created the cutting edge in teleconferencing: vSpace.