Sonoma Wire Works Wants To Fix The Android Audio Latency Problem

Sonoma Wire Works wants to fix the Android audio latency problem. At the 2013 Winter NAMM Show, Sonoma Wire Works announced the development of a low-latency audio (LLA) solution for Android smartphones and other devices. Typical input to output latency on Android devices is between 100 and 250 milliseconds. According to Sonoma Wire Works, their LLA solution… Read More Sonoma Wire Works Wants To Fix The Android Audio Latency Problem

Is The iPhone 5 Now The Only Real Option For Handheld Music Making?

The biggest technology news this week, at least in terms of the coverage we’ve seen at sites like TechMeme, has been Apple’s introduction of the iPhone 5. We haven’t posted anything on it yet at Synthtopia, because the new iPhone is an evolutionary refinement of an already capable device, rather than something that brings radically… Read More Is The iPhone 5 Now The Only Real Option For Handheld Music Making?

Smule AutoRap Hits 2.5 Million Downloads, Now Everyone’s A Rapper

If you hate AutoTune, prepare to take a long elevator ride down to the previously undiscovered 10th circle of hell. Developer Smule has released AutoRap, for Android & iOS devices, and, in just a few days, the app has been download 2.5 million times. With Smule’s “rappification” technology, AutoRap maps the syllables of your speech to… Read More Smule AutoRap Hits 2.5 Million Downloads, Now Everyone’s A Rapper