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What will the world look like in 50 years? While we don't have a time machine yet, we do have science fiction writers to take us there.
The conversation between Weinstein and a woman he had groped the previous day — as he pressures her to come to his hotel room while he showers — is difficult to listen to.
Jack Antonoff is a good musician, so it makes sense that if you put a mic in front of him and let him do his thing you'll end up with something that sounds great. But wow, this is really something.
Normally, we wouldn't wish the foul-odored hell that is New York's Times Square on our worst enemies. But this 3D audio experience is pretty nifty.
We begin our story with Ariel, a woman who's been casually dating a man 20 years her junior who will no longer return her calls. The GetUp Crew, a morning radio talk show on Boston's Hot 96.9, made a call to the young man in question.
“Ways of Hearing,” Damon Krukowski’s new six-episode podcast, makes us think about the act of listening itself, in ways that feel timely and vital.
We stumbled onto a version of the "mother!" trailer without music or sound effects, and it's a very good illustration of what a score brings to a movie.
Christie's last term as governor will end in January 2018 — and given his 15% approval rating, he's likely well past the point of caring.
Recent fan-chosen singles from Drake and Future show how even the oldest traditions in popular music are shifting.
Four important scientists on how their profession shapes they way the view the world.
Our interactive sound map explores the busy marine soundscape, from kayaks to cruise ships.
The difference is very difficult to discern
Audiobook listening is growing rapidly, thanks to young, restless Americans who dislike idleness and mono-tasking.
The Backstreet Boys folks had me create this Custom Mashup Megamix composed of many BSB hits. It plays before each of their "Larger Than Life" concerts happe...
Gadgets like Amazon’s Echo are starting to take over people’s living rooms. They don’t sound or look as good as Sonos, but they’re easy and joyful to use, and so they’re winning.
You thought you were done forever with both "Bring Me to Life" and "Cheap Thrills," didn't you?
Blending genres and questions of identity has turned music today into something challenging, complex and enjoyable.
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