March 5, 2018 - Accusonus Inc launched the first five episodes of the Audio Tech News Flash series, a weekly podcast designed to cover the most important audio industry news in less than 3 minutes. Audio Tech News Flash presents newsworthy software and hardware product announcements and mainly discusses the latest electronic music production trends. The Audio Tech News Flash will be soon available as an Amazon Alexa skill.
“As podcast fans ourselves, we think that our users will appreciate being kept up to date on the most important news of the audio industry. We hope that making this podcast available as an Alexa skill, will make it a perfect addition to our users’ weekly routine”, says Alex Tsilfidis, CEO, and co-founder of Accusonus.
The first five episodes are available immediately and cover highlights starting from the 2018 NAMM show until today. These episodes include headlines from Ableton, Avid, LANDR, Output, Splice, Teenage engineering and more.
Markkus Rovito, a longtime DJ and audio journalist, hosts the News Flash. Markkus has edited and contributed to Mix Magazine, Electronic Musician, DJ Tech Tools, Icon Collective Music Production School, Glow Marketing, Hyperink and others.
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About Audio Tech News Flash
Get the most important audio headlines in less than three minutes. Each week, veteran audio and DJ journalist Markkus Rovito spotlights the top stories from the industry. Now you can stay up to speed on the gear and tools you love and use every day.
Accusonus builds next-generation audio repair and music creation software. We think that audio repair should be fast, simple and accessible to everyone. We believe that computers are ideal tools for jamming, inspiring and creating the sound of the future. We develop our own patented Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence technology in order to enable previously unimaginable sound processing workflows. Accusonus is based in Massachusetts (USA) and in Patras, Greece.