Audio in a sentence as a noun

To which our response was "why are we only finding out now that thing was recording audio?

The fact that we needed 1,5 year to get the fix to some critical audio core and video settings issues out is way too much.

The audio for the speech is, thankfully, available in the Internet archive[1].

GStreamer is for making graphs of elements, where elements are decoders, encoders, effects, filters, etc. and can be both audio and video.

All public servants should be mandated to have video and audio recordings taken during their interactions with the public.

If you have any experience with audio processing, trans-coding audio, or data visualization, please get in touch!

Background info:This is hypothesized to be a reaction to a series of audio recordings that were anonymously released over time.

I've cobbled together my own rc daemon scripts from time to time; I'm not sure how that will work with systemd. I'm also seeing lots of ugly and persistent problems in NetworkMangler and whatever they're using for core audio these days; I'm a little gobsmacked that, rather than fixing those problems, some people decided to replace the init system.

You've got VR headsets for immersive 3d audio and video, haptic gloves or suits, sometimes with cabling for precise pressure and force vector feedback, variable-attitude simulators, etc.

There is a huge difference between low-quality video/audio recording of a prof mumbling for an hour and post-processed, perfected snippets of videos presented in a coherent fashion, and most importantly with supplementary materials that encourage people to actually apply their knowledge and get feedback.

If you want to come work on these hard problems in computer vision, graphics, input, and audio, please apply!\nThis is a special moment for the gaming industry — Oculus’ somewhat unpredictable future just became crystal clear: virtual reality is coming, and it’s going to change the way we play games forever.\nI’m obsessed with VR.

Audio definitions


the audible part of a transmitted signal; "they always raise the audio for commercials"

See also: sound


an audible acoustic wave frequency


a recording of acoustic signals


the sound elements of television