Soundlab audio – DS Sound Labs http://dssoundlabs.com/ Sun, 02 Oct 2022 00:32:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://dssoundlabs.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-5-120x120.png Soundlab audio – DS Sound Labs http://dssoundlabs.com/ 32 32 Acoustic Engineering Services – Arup https://dssoundlabs.com/acoustic-engineering-services-arup/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 18:52:50 +0000 https://dssoundlabs.com/acoustic-engineering-services-arup/ Pilot planning success SoundLab helps us give developers and stakeholders a more accurate understanding of environmental noise impacts for planned developments. This knowledge, combined with our experience in dealing with noise and vibration issues, helps us resolve potential roadblocks at the planning stage, gain acceptance and obtain consents. We contribute heavily to environmental impact assessments, […]]]>

Pilot planning success

SoundLab helps us give developers and stakeholders a more accurate understanding of environmental noise impacts for planned developments. This knowledge, combined with our experience in dealing with noise and vibration issues, helps us resolve potential roadblocks at the planning stage, gain acceptance and obtain consents.

We contribute heavily to environmental impact assessments, from large-scale projects such as High Speed ​​1 to renewable energy developments including wind farms in Wales. By partnering with our environmental design specialists, we sensitively minimize the potential impact of development on communities.

Positive environments

Room acoustics help create pleasant and productive environments in schools, workplaces, homes and hotels. Arup excels in these environments. We’re also taking room acoustics a step further with specialist applications, such as our acoustic strategies to ensure doctor-patient confidentiality for the Yale University Health Services Center.

At Arup, we are strongly equipped to meet the emerging acoustic challenges of sustainable building design. Arup’s acoustically optimized air vents allow natural ventilation in buildings without unwanted street or background noise. We were even able to bring broadcast quality acoustics in naturally ventilated studios for BSkyB’s Harlequin 1.

We also work closely with building services engineers in noise-sensitive environments such as the Lewis Gluckman Gallery to minimize noise intrusion from alternative heating and cooling technologies.

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Local recording studio celebrating its 40th anniversary https://dssoundlabs.com/local-recording-studio-celebrating-its-40th-anniversary/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 17:42:00 +0000 https://dssoundlabs.com/local-recording-studio-celebrating-its-40th-anniversary/ RENO, Nev. (KOLO) – Imirage Sound Lab in Sparks celebrates its 40th anniversary. “The oldest commercial studio in the state of Nevada,” said studio manager and chief engineer Tom Gordon. The studio has a collection of different instruments on site; most of them with a pretty impressive history. Which includes a piano used by both […]]]>

RENO, Nev. (KOLO) – Imirage Sound Lab in Sparks celebrates its 40th anniversary.

“The oldest commercial studio in the state of Nevada,” said studio manager and chief engineer Tom Gordon.

The studio has a collection of different instruments on site; most of them with a pretty impressive history. Which includes a piano used by both Ray Charles and Jerry Lee Lewis, and a keyboard used by Dr. Dre to record “The Chronic 2001” album.

“This (studio) was originally for local artists and still is,” Gordon explained. “Locally, over 300 albums have been produced here over the past 40 years.

Including some bigger names like Whitesnake, who recorded the remix for their “Greatest Hits” album at Sparks.

“Is now number one in Japan, we got the word yesterday,” Gordon said. “We had the Beach Boy band here and did some Beach Boys stuff.”

The studio has also been used to produce music and the score for several independent films.

“But the big feature we’ve done here is Role Models,” Gordon pointed out. “So the end credits music for Role Models was done here.”

Gordon was a musician himself, first coming to Imirage Sound Lab when he was in high school in the mid-80s to record with his band. He is now the man behind the music.

“The interaction with the artist, saying it was good, but. Let’s try one more time, I think you can do better,” Gordon explained. “And I draw from my history of making records with all these people when I make a record with a local artist trying to raise the bar.”

All with the aim of making recording more accessible to emerging bands.

“You can see a movie many times, you’ll listen to a song 200 times, right,” Gordon added. “And it’ll be rooted in what you were doing at that time in your life, so it’s a memory trigger and it’s a time capsule of when the song came out. So it’s a huge figure of proving the importance of music and our culture.

Imirage Sound Lab is hosting a birthday party tonight from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., which will include food trucks and a raffle.

“We’re setting it up kind of like the Discovery Museum of recording studios, where we’re going to have a keyboard station here, a wall of all our house amplifiers that people are going to be able to plug in. We’re going to have an organ expert Hammond who is going to walk people through the Hammond organ that we have here. And then we will have one of our engineers in the control room who will demonstrate it.”

Imirage Sound Lab is located at 1558 Linda Way in Sparks.

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Mobile Fidelity Class Action, Audiophile Music Direct Alleges Companies Falsely Advertised Vinyl Records As Genuine Analog Recordings https://dssoundlabs.com/mobile-fidelity-class-action-audiophile-music-direct-alleges-companies-falsely-advertised-vinyl-records-as-genuine-analog-recordings/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 17:05:06 +0000 https://dssoundlabs.com/mobile-fidelity-class-action-audiophile-music-direct-alleges-companies-falsely-advertised-vinyl-records-as-genuine-analog-recordings/ (Photo credit: AboutLife/Shutterstock) Overview of the Mobile Fidelity, Audiophile Music Direct class action: Who: Gregory Bitterman has filed a class action lawsuit against Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, Inc. and Audiophile Music Direct, Inc. Why: Bitterman claims that Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab and Audiophile Music Direct misrepresented the fact that the vinyl records they were selling […]]]>
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Overview of the Mobile Fidelity, Audiophile Music Direct class action:

  • Who: Gregory Bitterman has filed a class action lawsuit against Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, Inc. and Audiophile Music Direct, Inc.
  • Why: Bitterman claims that Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab and Audiophile Music Direct misrepresented the fact that the vinyl records they were selling as limited-edition Ultradisc One-Step Recordings were genuine analog recordings.
  • Where: The class action lawsuit was filed in federal court in Illinois.

Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab and Audiophile Music Direct are misrepresenting that the vinyl records they sell as limited-edition Ultradisc One-Step Recordings are genuine analog recordings, according to a new class action lawsuit.

Plaintiff Gregory Bitterman claims that Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab and Audiophile Music Direct “wrongfully omit the existence of a digital step” in the limited-edition Ultradisc One-Step recordings.

Bitterman contends that the alleged misrepresentation “implicates the core value” of vinyl record products since “the purity of the process of making all-analog records is important to the plaintiff, the band members, and the audiophile community.”

Analog discs are rarer than digital discs since the process to produce them can only be done a limited number of times, according to the class action lawsuit Audiophile Music Direct and Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab.

“Because of this built-in rarity, pure analog records are highly collectible and far more valuable than records made from digital master recordings,” the vinyl record class action lawsuit states.

Audiophile Music Direct, Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab Class Action Alleges Companies Acknowledge Vinyl Records Aren’t “All Analog”

Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab and Audiophile Music Direct have since “admitted” that vinyl records are “not all analog” and in fact incorporate “digital direct-stream technology,” according to the vinyl record class action.

Bitterman alleges that Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab and Audiophile Music Direct are guilty of fraud and unjust enrichment, among other things, and in violation of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act and General business law in New York.

He seeks a jury trial and seeks declaratory judgment and injunctive relief as well as an award of statutory and/or actual damages for himself and all class members.

Bitterman wants to represent a national class and a New York underclass of consumers who have purchased a limited-edition Ultradisc One-Step recording from Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab or Audiophile Music Direct.

A separate audio class action lawsuit was filed against Acer last month over allegations that the company computers manufactured with a defect which causes them to “stutter” during videos, teleconferences and video games.

Did you purchase a limited edition One-Step Ultradisc recording from Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab or Audiophile Music Direct? Let us know in the comments!

Plaintiff is represented by Adam J. Levitt, Amy E. Keller and Michelle I. Locascio of DiCello Levitt LLC; Andrew B. Miller of Star Austin & Miller, LLP; and Kenneth J. Grunfeld and Kevin W. Fay of Golomb Spirt Grunfeld, PC

The Mobile Fidelity Analog Recordings Class Action Audiophile Music Direct is Bitterman v. Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab, Inc., et al.Case No. 1:22-cv-04714, in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.



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SEPTEMBER AT 3537 – CRASH Magazine https://dssoundlabs.com/september-at-3537-crash-magazine/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 10:34:48 +0000 https://dssoundlabs.com/september-at-3537-crash-magazine/ SOUND LAB #1 – WHEN AFTER INFINITY, INFINITY STARTS AGAIN – AMOSPHERE EXHIBITION + LIVE 3537 unveils its brand new series of events dedicated to the experience through performances and live music concerts with a majority produced by Sound Lab. Sound Lab aims to break down the boundary between audience and artist, where the meanings […]]]>

SOUND LAB #1 – WHEN AFTER INFINITY, INFINITY STARTS AGAIN – AMOSPHERE EXHIBITION + LIVE

3537 unveils its brand new series of events dedicated to the experience through performances and live music concerts with a majority produced by Sound Lab. Sound Lab aims to break down the boundary between audience and artist, where the meanings and energies we may seek out in today’s cultural scene collide. Different musical styles will be honored with, as a common essence, a musical awakening.

“While after infinity, infinity begins again” is a participatory sound-visual performance. On the day of the Moon Festival, an Asian tradition, the sound scores and action scores are aligned by the positions of the planets, at the time of the performance, observed under the locative sky. Spectators are invited to play suspended instruments and meditate collectively, which will affect our moods, emotions, actions and sensory perceptions.

This performance is part of the eponymous exhibition as an experiment in the form of painting, sculpture, musical score and sound installation. It explores the notion of eternity, the cycles of existence between our births, sufferings and rebirths, our relationships with the universe and possible remedies.

Performance: September 10 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Ticket via shotgun:Click here

Exposure: From September 9 to 11, Free admission, Basement -2

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Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab faces lawsuit over mastering process https://dssoundlabs.com/mobile-fidelity-sound-lab-faces-lawsuit-over-mastering-process/ Mon, 22 Aug 2022 17:40:00 +0000 https://dssoundlabs.com/mobile-fidelity-sound-lab-faces-lawsuit-over-mastering-process/ Photo credit: James Sutton Audiophile label Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab (MFSL) is officially facing a class action lawsuit for allegedly making misleading claims about its mastering process. A man named Adam Stiles, a North Carolina resident who says he has “purchased various records from MoFi over the years,” recently filed a direct lawsuit in federal […]]]>

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Audiophile label Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab (MFSL) is officially facing a class action lawsuit for allegedly making misleading claims about its mastering process.

A man named Adam Stiles, a North Carolina resident who says he has “purchased various records from MoFi over the years,” recently filed a direct lawsuit in federal court in Illinois. MFSL has long reportedly claimed that the recordings labeled “Original Master Recording” on its website (and their packaging) were created “directly from the master recording or the original analog tapes – without any kind of digital mastering process”. , according to the complaint.

However, the plaintiff argues that the company has been using “direct stream digital” (DSD) within its production chain since 2011 – referring to the practice of copying original analog tapes onto digital recordings and then using those digital recordings. for pressing records – for “Original Master Recording”.

By the end of 2011, 60% of the company’s “vinyl releases incorporated DSD, and MoFi’s last non-DSD recording was in 2020,” the stock says. And during the period of more than ten years between the alleged switch to DSD and the filing of the lawsuit, Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab was allegedly “falsely” represented on its website, in interviews, in communications with customers and on the aforementioned packaging that the vinyl in question had been pressed directly from the analog masters.

(Needless to say, more than a few audiophiles were obviously unable to identify DSD usage based on the sound quality of the discs, and especially given the continued rise in vinyl sales, most versions of the format come from digital today.)

The company’s allegedly misleading and “fraudulent” use of digital in the pressing of “Original Master Recording” recordings – for which the plaintiff says he and others paid a premium – came into the media spotlight earlier in 2022.

Rumors and customer reviews on the subject later prompted several MFSL engineers to acknowledge their company’s use of DSD during an interview from july (cited in the lawsuit); one of the professionals at the start of the session half-jokingly asked, “Is that under oath?”

As the discussion failed to stem the tide of customer rejection, MFSL President Jim Davis posted a public statement apologizing “for using vague language, allowing false narratives to spread, and taking for granted the goodwill and trust our customers place in the Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab brand.”

Judging by the responses from social media users as well as the lawsuit described, that apology also failed to end the controversy, and Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab has since added an up-close interview to its website. of 1,400 words with Davis about it.

The defendant company also reportedly updated diagrams “to reflect the use of DSD in the production line” following public outcry, and the plaintiff estimates that there are a total of around 5,000 members in the proposed class. . Claims for cumulative damages from said class exceed $5 million, according to the lawsuit.

In other vinyl news, the first three weeks or so of August saw an increase of around $4.2 million for elasticStage, which bills itself as “the world’s number one on-demand vinyl maker.” Meanwhile, Rebeat Innovation has suspended its HD vinyl initiative after a series of disappointing sound quality tests.

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Suit says Vinyl Record Co. went digital despite analog claims https://dssoundlabs.com/suit-says-vinyl-record-co-went-digital-despite-analog-claims/ Fri, 19 Aug 2022 21:18:00 +0000 https://dssoundlabs.com/suit-says-vinyl-record-co-went-digital-despite-analog-claims/ By Lauraann Wood (August 19, 2022, 5:18 PM EDT) – A Chicago vinyl record producer has been hiding the fact that he’s been using a digital process to help make his records for at least a decade, rather than solely using the original analog tapes, according to a proposed class action lawsuit filed in federal […]]]>
By Lauraann Wood (August 19, 2022, 5:18 PM EDT) – A Chicago vinyl record producer has been hiding the fact that he’s been using a digital process to help make his records for at least a decade, rather than solely using the original analog tapes, according to a proposed class action lawsuit filed in federal court in Illinois.

Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab Inc. has been using digital technology to burn its vinyl records since 2011 despite advertising and pricing like purely analog recordings, which are more valuable and collectible given their limited availability, said Adam Stiles, resident of North Carolina, in its complaint filed Thursday. .

“The original recording tapes are getting old, so only a limited number of…

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The Bitter Reality of No Sugar Added Products https://dssoundlabs.com/the-bitter-reality-of-no-sugar-added-products/ Thu, 18 Aug 2022 00:08:33 +0000 https://dssoundlabs.com/the-bitter-reality-of-no-sugar-added-products/ Want to read our free stories and try our newsletters? Register Where Login The peak of the monsoon in August marks the start of the festive season in India. It’s also that time of year when everyone indulges their sweet tooth. Diet goals go hand in hand and it becomes difficult to control your blood […]]]>










The peak of the monsoon in August marks the start of the festive season in India. It’s also that time of year when everyone indulges their sweet tooth. Diet goals go hand in hand and it becomes difficult to control your blood sugar levels.

But many startups now promise a guilt-free experience. A week before Raksha Bandhan, an Indian festival where siblings exchange gifts and sweets, social media platforms were flooded with advertisements of mithai (sweets) with no added sugar from Mumbai-based dessert brand Noto.

This Gulab Jamun, a fried ball of milk solids drenched in a sweet syrup, may be available without added sugar, it’s kind of hard to believe, isn’t it? Noto founder Varun Sheth said The Ken that it took him a year to faithfully imitate the taste of this famous Indian candy by mixing three types of sweeteners – processed in the laboratory

polyols


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Polyols are a class of laboratory processed chemicals derived from sugar compounds, sweet but with lower calorific values


(maltitol, erythritol, isomalt), stevia, and

fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS)


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Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) are plant sugars found in many fruits and vegetables. They can also be made in the laboratory and are used as prebiotics.


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As tempting as it may seem, lab-processed sweeteners have their own bitter side. Example: While a regular Gulab Jamun contains nearly 20g of sugar, a 32g piece of Noto’s Gulab Jamun contains 27g of lab-processed sweeteners.

And that’s a lot of sugar substitutes, especially when there’s not yet conclusive evidence of their health effects.

“Currently, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has no data on the long-term effects of foods that contain a combination of the aforementioned polyols,” a member of the Authority’s expert panel said. , requesting anonymity as they are not authorized to speak to the media.

This is precisely why startups like The Whole Truth Foods and Happy Jars, which make chocolate and nut butter, have avoided these additives. They instead use natural sweeteners such as dates and jaggery.

However, natural sweeteners also add significantly to the total sugar content. The Whole Truth No Sugar Added 55% Dark Chocolate still contains 34g of sugar per 100g. Interestingly, the bar’s packaging claims that using dates as a sweetener guarantees “guilt-free chocolate (and the insulin spike).”

Ideally, The Whole Truth should have sought pre-approval to make this claim.

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Deluxe Saturday / August 6, 2022 – SuperDeluxeEdition https://dssoundlabs.com/deluxe-saturday-august-6-2022-superdeluxeedition/ Sat, 06 Aug 2022 14:34:44 +0000 https://dssoundlabs.com/deluxe-saturday-august-6-2022-superdeluxeedition/ McCartney embraces spatial audio Some of you have been in touch to inform that Paul McCartney has made available Dolby Atmos mixes of his three “McCartney” albums: McCartney (1970), McCartney II (1980) and McCartney III (2020). This is of course not a random occurrence – it is related to the vinyl and CD box set […]]]>

McCartney embraces spatial audio

Some of you have been in touch to inform that Paul McCartney has made available Dolby Atmos mixes of his three “McCartney” albums: McCartney (1970), McCartney II (1980) and McCartney III (2020). This is of course not a random occurrence – it is related to the vinyl and CD box set which was released yesterday.

This is a very interesting development because in nearly 12 years of Archive Reissues, McCartney has shown no interest in spatial audio. He had opportunities, because the two Runaway group and Venus and Mars had Quad Mixes created in the 1970s (reissued in the 1990s as “DTS CDs”) but Paul chose not to dust them off or spruce them up to the full 5.1 version for the 2010 and 2014 re-releases, respectively.

In 2015, McCartney, along with his trusted engineer Steve Orchard, remixed 1982’s tug of war in its entirety, apparently to deliver a downloadable hi-res stereo version for the Archive Reissue (the original album was digitally mixed and thus “trapped” in a lower kHz/bit rate). Considering the work involved, this presented a golden opportunity to create a 5.1 mix, but the opportunity was overdue. Or if they did, nothing was issued.

That’s not to say that Paul avoided surround sound altogether. His McCartney years The 2007 DVD contained promotional videos with 5.1 mixes and the 2009 live album Good evening New York also claimed spatial audio.

While there is now a lot of interest in Dolby Atmos from Apple, it seems McCartney and his team have finally relented and all three albums have been remixed by Atmos stalwart Giles Martin in collaboration with Steve Orchard. The Dolby Atmos Mix was mastered by Emily Lazar. They are available for streaming (Apple Music and Tidal).

I haven’t had a chance to listen to them yet (more on that at a later date) but this is definitely great news. Will any of them get a physical release? It seems unlikely, unless I can persuade them to join the SDE Surround series!

Could we get Atmos mixes in future archive re-releases? Maybe. It has now been more than two years since Flaming pie has been re-released and fans are waiting/hoping the city of london (1978) and Back to the egg (1979). I highly doubt we’ll get any Atmos mixes of either of these, if they arrive this year, but I strongly suspect that McCartney will release a super deluxe 50th anniversary edition of Runaway group in the latter part of 2023 and, if that happens, then we might get an Atmos Mix as part of that deal.

In the meantime, you can access the Atmos mixes of the three McCartney albums using the links below:


MoFi Admits To Using Digital Files In “All-Analog” Reissues

In an exciting and quite shocking story, which some of you may already be aware of, audiophile reissue label Mobile loyalty admitted that they use DSD (Direct Stream Digital) files in what were previously thought to be “all-analog” workflows.

The Washington Post does a brilliant job of following the narrative of how the deception was uncovered and says the MoFi admits that in late 2011, 60% of their vinyl reissues used digital files in their workflow and all but one of their coveted “One Step” series used DSD technology. The latter are box sets that initially sell for hundreds of dollars – and then sell even more on the resale market, precisely because audiophiles think they’re getting a unique product created entirely in the analog realm.

It looks like MoFi created hi-res DSD files (from the original masters) and this was the first step in their “one-step” process. This was never mentioned in the sheets supplied with the One Step sets, but will be in the future.

One wonders, with such reputational damage, if MoFi can weather this particular storm. What are your thoughts? Leave a comment below.


The Andrew Ridgeley-approved remix of “Club Tropicana” from Wham! is out

Andrew Ridgeley today announced a “Wonderland Redux” remix of Bang!“Club Tropicana”, the classic single from 1983.

Released (digitally) via Sony Music Commercial Group, the new release is a collaboration between Ridgeley and his good friend, songwriter/producer Dru Masters. Andrew said the purpose of this remix was to present, for a new generation, “the wonder and joy of the carefree, heady days of youth”. He adds “This is the renewed and reaffirmed summer soundtrack and I hope it conveys the same vitality and fun that George and I envisioned in the original recording”.

There is definitely something going on with Wham! and SDE expects reissue activity later this year. by George Michael official social channels have already reached out to fans asking for “any footage or photos you might have taken, or with Wham! of yore” and there’s also a new book called If you were there from Snap Galleries (their website was down when I checked!).

SuperDeluxeEdition.com helps fans around the world discover physical music and discuss releases. To keep the site free, SDE participates in various affiliate programs including Amazon and earns qualifying purchases.

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Campbell County Committee presents Library Award for Creative Space for Adults https://dssoundlabs.com/campbell-county-committee-presents-library-award-for-creative-space-for-adults/ Mon, 01 Aug 2022 22:10:28 +0000 https://dssoundlabs.com/campbell-county-committee-presents-library-award-for-creative-space-for-adults/ Campbell County Public Library at Gillette (Mary Stroka/County 17) GILLETTE, Wyo.– The Campbell County Employee Recognition Committee will present an award to the Campbell County Public Library at the meeting of the Board of Commissioners on Tuesday. The Star Worthy Award recognizes a county department’s service, product, event, or opportunity that benefits the county. County […]]]>

Campbell County Public Library at Gillette (Mary Stroka/County 17)

GILLETTE, Wyo.– The Campbell County Employee Recognition Committee will present an award to the Campbell County Public Library at the meeting of the Board of Commissioners on Tuesday.

The Star Worthy Award recognizes a county department’s service, product, event, or opportunity that benefits the county. County Employee Recognition Committee collects appointments managers and supervisors.

The nomination form indicates that the Campbell County Public Library provides unique services to the Gillette community, including a creative space for adults. The makerspace makes several services available to customers for free or at low cost, the form says.

These services include:

• A new video lab with a professional preset camera, lighting, microphone and green screen that saves videos to a digital file. Customers can create projects such as audition tapes, product demonstrations, and public service announcements.
• A digitization station with VHS to DVD conversion, slides and photos in digital formats, and recording and editing software allowing customers to edit videos, photos and music.
• A sound lab that provides professional-grade mics, headphones, and software to create
neat audio recordings. The library created a soundproof area in a study room for patrons to record their audio file.
• A 3D printer

The Campbell County Employee Recognition Committee will present the Campbell County Public Library with the Star Worthy Award on August 2. (Campbell County)

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Redmi Buds 3 Lite now available for purchase in India https://dssoundlabs.com/redmi-buds-3-lite-now-available-for-purchase-in-india/ Sun, 31 Jul 2022 14:08:43 +0000 https://dssoundlabs.com/redmi-buds-3-lite-now-available-for-purchase-in-india/ Redmi Buds 3 Lite now available for purchase in India Jul 31, 2022, 7:38 p.m. 2 minute read The Redmi Buds 3 Lite support Bluetooth 5.2 (Photo credit: Xiaomi) Redmi Buds 3 Lite headphones have officially gone on sale in India. They are currently retailing on Amazon and the official Xiaomi India store for Rs. […]]]>


Redmi Buds 3 Lite now available for purchase in India

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The Redmi Buds 3 Lite support Bluetooth 5.2 (Photo credit: Xiaomi)

Redmi Buds 3 Lite headphones have officially gone on sale in India. They are currently retailing on Amazon and the official Xiaomi India store for Rs. 1,499.

As a reminder, Xiaomi introduced the headphones with the Redmi K50i 5G smartphone on July 20.

With their affordable price, they aim to offer good value for money.

Here are more details about these TWS headphones.

Earbuds weigh 4.04g each

The Redmi Buds 3 Lite headphones have a sleek and lightweight ergonomic locking design with IP54 dust and splash resistance. Their touch/press and hold gestures activate voice assistance and other built-in features.

They weigh 4.04g per earbud and their charging case weighs 35.5g.

The headphones are equipped with a two-level silicone band and an LED indicator. They are offered in a black hue.

They support Bluetooth 5.2

Redmi Buds 3 Lite headphones can be charged via Type-C cable. For connectivity, they offer support for Bluetooth 5.2 with stable sound transmission. This ensures a seamless audio experience during calls.

Headphones are equipped with 6mm dynamic drivers

The Redmi Buds 3 Lite house 6mm dynamic drivers tuned by Xiaomi Sound Lab.

They feature a noise reduction algorithm to cancel out ambient noise and a low latency gaming feature for an immersive in-game audio experience.

The headphones alone can deliver five hours of playtime on a single charge. A total of 18 hours of audio playback are offered, including their charging case.

Redmi Buds 3 Lite: Price and availability

The Redmi Buds 3 Lite headphones are priced at Rs. 1,999 in India. However, buyers can grab them at Rs. 1,499 for the first 48 hours as part of the introductory offer. Headphones can be purchased on Amazon and in the brand’s official store.

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