Sound Recording – Q 2 U http://q-2-u.com/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 00:46:06 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://q-2-u.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/q2u-icon-120x120.jpg Sound Recording – Q 2 U http://q-2-u.com/ 32 32 Any comparison with the 2015 championship crew just “outside noise” for Elks https://q-2-u.com/any-comparison-with-the-2015-championship-crew-just-outside-noise-for-elks/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 00:19:53 +0000 https://q-2-u.com/any-comparison-with-the-2015-championship-crew-just-outside-noise-for-elks/ Breadcrumb Links Soccer Edmonton Elks LCF “There will always be changes, so take advantage of the moment. It was special then and we’re trying to make it special now ‘ Author of the article: Gerry Moddejonge Release date : January 10, 2022 • 28 minutes ago • 4 minutes to read • Join the conversation […]]]>

“There will always be changes, so take advantage of the moment. It was special then and we’re trying to make it special now ‘

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The more things change, the more they seem to stay the same when it comes to the latest Edmonton Elks coaching staff.

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A quick glance shows that the three key coaches on the offensive and defensive side have returned to the helm of the club they guided to Edmonton’s last Gray Cup championship in 2015, with offensive coordinator Stephen McAdoo and quarterbacks coach and pass – match coordinator Jarious Jackson reunites with head coach Chris Jones – who returns this time with the dual role of general manager, and will undoubtedly be heavily involved in the defensive ploys.

Don’t expect them to just dust off the same old playbooks they used seven years ago.

“I think everything has to change over the years,” McAdoo said of his offensive philosophy, who had continued to play for three seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders and last year with the Toronto Argonauts, at the following the departure of Jones and his staff from Edmonton. “If you don’t change and improve, then you pretty much stay stagnant.

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“So there are things that I have learned over the years, different things of that nature to really develop the talent around my team that I have. “

Perhaps the biggest difference this year from McAdoo’s last time in Edmonton is that he no longer has Michael Reilly in his prime taking pictures.

Instead, there’s a bit of a question mark in the quarterback, with second-year CFLer Taylor Cornelius entering as last season’s starting starter, while Nick Arbuckle has already received $ 100,000 from his contract extension of $ 340,000 for next year.

But regardless of the staff on the pitch, the coaching trio return with high hopes they can recoup some of the lightning in a bottle that has seen Edmonton win all of their last 10 games of this 2015 season, including a victory of 45-31 on competing against the Calgary Stampeders in a West Division final that marks the club’s final home playoff game, as well as a 26-20 victory over the Ottawa Redblacks in the final of the Gray Cup.

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“Every time you step into a year of football your goal is to win a Gray Cup and you put the steps necessary to achieve it,” said McAdoo, who oversaw the West Division’s most productive attack on his previous trip to Edmonton, gaining 350 yards per game in 2014 and 344 in 2015. “So nothing is going to change. The bar we set when we were here is still the same goal we have always had throughout our careers.

“All we do is win a Gray Cup.

This championship team was as dominant a group as the CFL for the past 10 years, though it broke up almost as quickly as it formed, with Jones & Co. breaking up just nine days after their victory. in Gray Cup for greener pastures like watermelon. province completed.

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“Yes it was. It was a special group of guys,” McAdoo recalls. “Every year that we play we always talk about enjoying the moment because the group that is there will never be together again. There will be. always changing, so take advantage of the moment.

“It was special then and we’re trying to make it special now.”

The list of players on that 2015 Elks roster who finished in a 14-4 record – the club’s best record since a 16-2 in 1989, and one of its five best records in modern history – includes the Offensive linemen David Beard and Matt O ‘Donnell, wide receiver Derel Walker, kicker Sean Whyte, defensive back Aaron Grymes and recently recovered safety back Mike Dubuisson.

And while the end goal remains the same and Jones’ first steps in building his coaching staff seem very familiar, right now it’s not about trying to recreate exactly what had already been done in the past. from his first tour of Edmonton.

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“We’re just trying to put together as many staff as possible,” Jones said. “We’ve got a big job to do over there in Edmonton and we can’t care about the outside noise or what somebody says or thinks or whatever.

“We have a big job to do and it’s kind of like having a big tree to cut down, we’re just going to keep cutting.”

Inside and outside: On Monday, the Ottawa Redblacks signed former Elks GM Jacob Ruby. The six-foot-seven, 325-pound product Richmond was launched in the middle of the 2021 season after distorting his vaccination status at the Elks while the rest of the league was reportedly banned from signing him for the rest of the year … Ex-Elks RB Jérôme Messam pleaded guilty on Monday to voyeurism after recording a sexual relationship he had with a woman on November 11, 2016. Messam was playing with the Stampeders at the time. The sentencing date will be set for March 11.

Email: gmoddejonge@postmedia.com

On Twitter: @GerryModdejonge

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Spirited Away’s faceless voice recording sessions were hilarious, says studio Ghibli https://q-2-u.com/spirited-aways-faceless-voice-recording-sessions-were-hilarious-says-studio-ghibli/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 14:06:52 +0000 https://q-2-u.com/spirited-aways-faceless-voice-recording-sessions-were-hilarious-says-studio-ghibli/ During the television show of Abducted as if by magic On January 7, Studio Ghibli answered a few questions from fans and provided behind-the-scenes information on the film, highlighting the Oscar-winning film which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary – despite being a director. Hayao miyazaki and producer Toshio Suzuki did not celebrate the birthday, preferring […]]]>

During the television show of Abducted as if by magic On January 7, Studio Ghibli answered a few questions from fans and provided behind-the-scenes information on the film, highlighting the Oscar-winning film which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary – despite being a director. Hayao miyazaki and producer Toshio Suzuki did not celebrate the birthday, preferring to “look to the future without looking to the past”.

A little information that the studio gave on the production of Abducted as if by magic was during the recording of No-Face, which is called Kaonashi in Japanese, which “was filled with continuous hysterical laughter.”

Translation:

Kaonashi’s voice recording sessions were filled with continuous hysterical laughter.

“Please give me an even sadder ‘ah’. “

‘Ah …’

‘An even sadder’ ah. ‘

‘Ah ……’ “

There is just something inherently funny to think of Akio Nakamura (Japanese No-Face voice actor) in the recording booth doing “ah …” for hours as Miyazaki shouts at him to be sadder.

In some responses to fan questions, Ghibli Explain that it was difficult to capture the voice of the late Bunta Sugawara, who plays Kamaji in Abducted as if by magic, strictly speaking, because he speaks “so slowly and richly” that it was difficult to keep him on time with the lip flaps, when one of the most difficult lines to say came from Miyu Irino, who was unable to pronounce the real name of his character Haku, Nigihayami Kohakunushi.

Meanwhile, a fan raised that Yubaba is able to project energy balls reminiscent of a certain type of energy ball from a popular adaptation of Weekly Shonen Jump. In Ghibli’s response, they confirmed that Yubaba’s energy ball is “Dragon Ball style” and in the movie’s storyboards it even says “Dragon Ball style” to help the animators figure out what it is. Miyazaki intended. Miyazaki on the other hand explains that she is “an old lady who can fly” as an explanation of the Dragon Ball projectile. Maybe she’s a Saiyan?

Another fan asked the question many of us probably had after watching Abducted as if by magic, Does Chihiro meet Haku again after the film event? Ghibli responded with the explanation that the water dragon is the god of the river next to the old house of Chihiro, so “if she ever had to visit …” Obviously that means that yes, of course, they meet again , they must do it!

This is just a preview of the responses Studio Ghibli gave for the film, but more have been completed on the studio Twitter account. This Friday will see Porco Rosso aired on Japanese TV, with another question-and-answer session available.

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2022 Tournament of Champions Notes: Cameron Smith makes PGA Tour goal history with victory in Kapalua https://q-2-u.com/2022-tournament-of-champions-notes-cameron-smith-makes-pga-tour-goal-history-with-victory-in-kapalua/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 03:21:00 +0000 https://q-2-u.com/2022-tournament-of-champions-notes-cameron-smith-makes-pga-tour-goal-history-with-victory-in-kapalua/ Imagine shooting less than 32, or better, over four rounds and losing a PGA Tour event. This is what happened to several players at this year’s Tournament of Champions as part of a historic start to 2022 of the PGA Tour. Cameron Smith came out on top at 34 under the week, beating Jon Rahm […]]]>

Imagine shooting less than 32, or better, over four rounds and losing a PGA Tour event. This is what happened to several players at this year’s Tournament of Champions as part of a historic start to 2022 of the PGA Tour. Cameron Smith came out on top at 34 under the week, beating Jon Rahm (33 under) and Matt Jones (32 under) in Kapalua on Sunday for his fourth PGA Tour title.

All three, at one point on Sunday, held the 72-hole PGA Tour scoring record at par.

Jones finished first with a 61 under 12 after shooting 62 on Saturday in mild, windless conditions. Her 123 under 23 over the weekend was best score out of 36 holes on consecutive rounds in PGA Tour history, and his 32 Under the week was, very briefly, the best 72 hole paring ever. Still, it wasn’t enough to take the win or even to finish second.

Rahm then finished with a score of 66 under 7 to finish 33 under the week, and he briefly held the 72-hole PGA Tour scoring record at par after performing an eagle run on the 72nd hole that would have sent the event to the playoffs. It was the end of a weekend in which he made 18 birdies and an eagle in his run in a first win in 2022.

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Smith then finished his Under-65s with a birdie – his 34th birdie or better this week! – to get to 34 under and lock that 72-hole scoring record and victory. If that sounds like a whirlwind finish in Maui, it’s because it was with records breaking multiple times, but Smith held on for the end-to-end victory.

“It was intense,” Smith told Golf Channel. “Jon and I played well all day… an unreal part and something I’ll never forget for sure. I was just trying to hit one shot at a time. I know that sounds cliché. Missed by a. In that sense, disappointing, but happy to come away with the win. “

The points record is certainly impressive, but given the mild conditions all week, the little wind that blew and the ease of scoring normally on this course, it is not the more impressive part of Smith’s victory. The most impressive part of Smith’s victory is who he survived.

Rahm has been a problem for eight months on the PGA Tour. Seven top 10s in his last nine starts (including this one), and one of those two non-top 10 finishes came at the Memorial Tournament where he was leading by six after three rounds and had to retire due of a positive COVID-19 test.

Smith paired him for the last 36, and although Rahm matched him on Saturday night, Smith never completely gave up the lead. Thirty-six holes with the world No. 1 putting 19 under you and refusing to go, and Smith never called it for a single hole all weekend. Records are one thing, but there aren’t many golfers in the world who could have done that, even on a course like this.

Smith has now pulled off Hawaii’s brace with victories in both the Sony Open and the Tournament of Champions. He joins a great company of Zach Johnson, Vijay Singh, Justin Thomas, Jim Furyk and Ernie Els to accomplish this feat and is preparing for what should be the best year of his career.

The 2022 Tournament of Champions will be remembered for the three guys who broke the all-time scoring record, and it should be. But don’t let that obscure how it should change the way you think of Smith. From a nice player who occasionally wins to a legitimate threat to stand up to the best players in the world in one of the best fields of the year. It’s kind of a graduation ceremony for him, and it will be exciting to see how he applies that confidence throughout the season. Rating: A +

Here is the rest of our 2022 Tournament of Champions notes.

Jon Rahm (2nd): Wins have to fall at some point, right? Rahm has averaged around 3.0 strokes won per round for eight straight months, and he only has one trophy – albeit a very handsome one at the US Open – to show for it. I’m thrilled for the rest of his year because there is clearly no drop ahead. He was, understandably, a little melancholy in the wake, but I rightfully think he could win three or four times throughout the year. Rating: A +

“It’s a weird feeling,” Rahm told Golf Channel. “I have every reason to smile right now except one. I’m having a bittersweet moment right now.”

Matt Jones (3rd): Imagine setting the PGA Tour scoring record and losing to two different guys!

“If you had told me I would have shot 32 cents I would have been more than happy to sit in the clubhouse and let everyone play and see what happens,” Jones said. after its historic 123 under 23 at the weekend.

Unfortunately for Jones, he would have lost anyway. Still, finishing third in solo is a big deal in a tournament like this for someone like Jones who will be looking to advance to the Tour Championship in East Lake later this year. Note: A

Rick Gehman, Kyle Porter, Greg DuCharme and Mark Immelman react to Cameron Smith’s victory at the Sentry 2022 Tournament of Champions. Follow and listen to The First Cut on Apple podcasts and Spotify.

Collin Morikawa (T5): The two-time major winner actually finished second in the field driving this week by a pretty wide margin, but a sluggish middle of his week – he lost total hits in his two combined intermediate laps – meant his 62 on Sunday were fine. short of Rahm and Smith (and Jones!). Still, Morikawa said the final was a lifeline for him as he begins a year of encore for the incredible start of his career. Why was this buoy necessary? Well, he said he took a long time during the holidays and needed something to jumpstart it in early 2022. Category B

“I mean the scores here this week, obviously it was a bit too late, but I needed it, I needed it just because it was kind of a boost for the rest of the year. . Until this week, I wasn’t quite sure exactly how the game was going to play out. ”

Justin Thomas (T5): I said after his 74 in the first round on Thursday that JT had no chance of winning the tournament but could still finish in the top 10. He tried to prove me a little wrong this weekend by setting the record for the tournament. 61 course on Saturday to soar in the standings. But that 74 in the first round left him too far to really struggle on the last 18 holes (he finished nine behind Smith). It was nice to see him catch on fire over the past three days, however, and the floor on him remains extraordinarily high week after week. Category B



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London schools are determined to stay open. Staff illnesses make it difficult. https://q-2-u.com/london-schools-are-determined-to-stay-open-staff-illnesses-make-it-difficult/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 17:01:58 +0000 https://q-2-u.com/london-schools-are-determined-to-stay-open-staff-illnesses-make-it-difficult/ LONDON – Evelyn Forde hoped January would bring some relief. As principal of Copthall School in north London, she spent the final weeks of 2021 dealing with severe staff shortages as the Omicron variant of the coronavirus began to spread across the city. But on Tuesday, as the girls-only high school reopened, 13 of 120 […]]]>

LONDON – Evelyn Forde hoped January would bring some relief.

As principal of Copthall School in north London, she spent the final weeks of 2021 dealing with severe staff shortages as the Omicron variant of the coronavirus began to spread across the city. But on Tuesday, as the girls-only high school reopened, 13 of 120 teachers were absent.

A day later, another teacher tested positive.

“We were just hanging on to the high cost of living and just thinking, ‘Everything will be fine when we come back in January,’” Ms. Forde said, “only for the variant to spread like wildfire.”

Such scenes were repeated across London last week amid a record rise in coronavirus infections, even as the government refrained from imposing a nationwide lockdown, choosing instead to ‘ride’ the wave.

The math in London, as in the rest of England and much of the United States, appears to be the same. Many parents, politicians and school administrators are desperate to keep schools open after two years of chaotic openings and closings. But the variant raises questions about those hopes, at least in the short term.

In England, concerns about staff are serious enough that retirees – often older and therefore more vulnerable to serious illness from the coronavirus – have been asked to return to work. Schools have been urged to merge classes to fill staffing gaps. And in a country that has long resisted the kinds of precautions taken in countries like Germany, high schools are now required to test all their students twice a week, adding to the strain on smaller staff.

Even then, some parents wonder if the students should be back, given they fear inadequate precautions and promised changes to ventilation systems that they say are both insufficient and too late.

But in England, unlike the United States, the national government can enact the rules for all public schools, and although teachers’ unions continue to voice concerns about the lack of protections, they have generally complied. Parents also have no choice but to move forward; they can be fined for keeping their children at home because of Covid concerns.

In some ways, the final days of uncertainty look like a repeat of last January, when another wave of coronavirus, driven by the Alpha variant, closed schools for weeks after opening for a single day. Still, there’s more hope this time around that Omicron’s seemingly milder variant won’t wreak the same havoc and that schools can get by with just a few changes.

And for many, all the risks are outweighed by indications that children have not only fallen behind in school, but that many have suffered from devastating mental health issues as well.

Beyond the new testing requirements, the government is now forcing high school students to wear masks not only in hallways, but in classrooms as well. Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi also pledged to start distributing ventilation systems to thousands of schools and to increase funding to help pay replacement teachers.

Yet the challenges are clear.

Education staff were more likely than other workers to test positive for the coronavirus at the end of last year and must self-isolate, according to figures from the Office of National Statistics, and in London, many schools had struggled to make it to vacations amid staff absences.

Since many schools reopened last week, more than a third of the roughly 2,000 schools surveyed in England had 10 percent of their staff absent on day one, according to a survey by NAHT, the school leaders union . And 37% of schools surveyed said they were unable to find enough substitute teachers to replace those who were sick.

Most schools only had two days to implement the new government guidelines before students started to return to school, leading many to stagger their return to allow all of their testing to be done. students.

The unions representing most education workers in England have called for additional government support. Their demands include ventilation systems for all of the nearly 25,000 schools – far more than the 8,000 promised – more people to help with tests and more money to pay replacements.

“Schools and colleges alone cannot reduce the threat posed by the virus and they need the Westminster government more than rhetoric about the importance of education,” the organizations said in a statement. last week.

Philippe Sibelly, an art teacher at a small international school in central London, said the school had to close two days earlier for the holidays due to frequent absences from staff and students.

When school resumed on Tuesday, Mr Sibelly said there had been no staff absences, pointing out that most teachers contracted Covid last month or during the Christmas holidays. But now many students are sick or isolating themselves at home after testing positive.

In previous waves of the pandemic, the school had gone beyond government recommended measures, remaining closed to in-person teaching for a longer period and installing better ventilation systems. But Mr Sibelly said those decisions were often pushed back by some parents.

“Anyway from the start of Covid whatever we do, well we can’t win because it’s a very polarizing issue,” he said, while adding that most of the parents seemed to be agree with the current approach.

Some educators hope the worst may be behind them. Nick Soar, executive director of the Harris Federation of Schools, which oversees two state-funded schools in central and north London, said they had drawn closer to the holidays with many staff and student absences .

He thanked the school staff for making heroic efforts to keep the school open, including having some teachers who had been exposed to the virus or had asymptomatic cases to teach lessons remotely from their homes. in classrooms complete with a supervising adult.

But, he said, it looks like things have taken a turn, with tests so far having only revealed a handful of cases and far fewer absences than in December.

“It’s like the ghost of Christmas Covid is gone, even though our fingers crossed,” Mr Soar said. “We have learned that if we come together we cannot overreact and make sure that quality teaching and exciting teaching takes place, even if everything else around you may seem to fall apart. “

Public health experts, however, have warned that the full impact of social mixing during the holidays has yet to be seen.

That – and what they see as a haphazard government approach – is enough to add to some parents’ concerns in the event of a pandemic.

Kirsten Minshall, who lives in the south-east of England, questioned the government’s reactive approach and last-minute testing guidelines which meant that some schools, including her children’s, suddenly delayed the openings, posing challenges for working parents.

“It feels like nothing is ever put in place adequately to deal with what is going on right now,” he said. He pointed out that a year after schools opened and closed in one day, leaders across the country are still having the same conversations about masking, ventilation and distancing in schools, when better precautions already could have be put in place.

Now he fears it will be only a matter of time before a family member catches the virus.

“We have this shock of a desire for everything to be as it always has been, compared to the new reality,” he said.

Chaela Cooper, whose children attend school in the south-east of England, said she was also frustrated and scared. She would like to see mandatory masks at all ages since most children under 12 cannot yet be vaccinated, as well as better ventilation systems.

“If we are to live with this virus, we have to mitigate it,” she said. “Otherwise, what you’re actually saying is living with death and disease. “


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Alabama Medical Association sounds the alarm for the potential of new COVID variants https://q-2-u.com/alabama-medical-association-sounds-the-alarm-for-the-potential-of-new-covid-variants/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 20:56:36 +0000 https://q-2-u.com/alabama-medical-association-sounds-the-alarm-for-the-potential-of-new-covid-variants/ BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (WIAT) – Another record-breaking day in the fight against COVID-19. Almost 13,000 new cases of the virus have been reported in the past 24 hours. Huntsville police officer charged with capital murder The highly contagious variant of Omicron is popping up statewide. The Alabama Department of Public Health has confirmed nearly 40,000 new […]]]>

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (WIAT) – Another record-breaking day in the fight against COVID-19. Almost 13,000 new cases of the virus have been reported in the past 24 hours.

The highly contagious variant of Omicron is popping up statewide.

The Alabama Department of Public Health has confirmed nearly 40,000 new cases in the first 7 days of 2022.

The positivity rate rose to 43.6%, with about two out of five tests being positive.

The Alabama State Medical Association says more variants are forming right now, especially as COVID cases are high.

He reports that vaccines should protect you against serious illness or death, but he can’t promise the same for an unvaccinated person.

“It’s a numbers game and when you have so many cases and a certain percentage is going to arrive in hospitals,” said Dr Aruna Arora. “It’s really just a concern for the welfare of the patients that fall into the category.”

Arora said the mask may be old-fashioned, but protecting yourself with a high-quality mask can slow the virus from replicating, reducing the risk of it producing a more deadly variant.

The Alabama Hospital Association said there are now five times as many people in the hospital as before the vacation, which was already full before this latest spike in cases.

With less than 10 percent of hospital beds available, the association says the best thing to do is delay obtaining Omicron.

“The more time we have for us as a state to have access to more effective monoclonal antibodies and to have access to oral drug packets in larger quantities to prevent people from going to the hospital. “said Dr Don Williamson.

Williamson said if you plan to be indoors near a lot of people this weekend, you should wear a K95 or N95 mask that covers your nose and mouth for optimal protection.


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Global Digital Voice Recorder Market Status (2016-2020) and Forecast (2021E-2026F) by Region, Product Type and End Use – Industrial Computing https://q-2-u.com/global-digital-voice-recorder-market-status-2016-2020-and-forecast-2021e-2026f-by-region-product-type-and-end-use-industrial-computing/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 11:23:37 +0000 https://q-2-u.com/global-digital-voice-recorder-market-status-2016-2020-and-forecast-2021e-2026f-by-region-product-type-and-end-use-industrial-computing/ Global Digital Voice Recorder Market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study accurate and valuable information. The data that has been examined is calculated taking into account both the best existing players and future competitors. The business strategies of major players and new industries entering the market are studied in detail. […]]]>

Global Digital Voice Recorder Market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study accurate and valuable information. The data that has been examined is calculated taking into account both the best existing players and future competitors. The business strategies of major players and new industries entering the market are studied in detail. A well explained SWOT analysis, revenue share and contact details are shared in this report analysis. It also provides information on the market in terms of development and its capabilities.

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First of all, this report covers the current status and the future prospects of the global digital voice recorder market for 2016-2025.

And in this report, we analyze the global market of 5 geographies: Asia-Pacific[China, Southeast Asia, India, Japan, Korea, Western Asia], Europe[Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia, Spain, Netherlands, Turkey, Switzerland], North America[United States, Canada, Mexico], Middle East and Africa[GCC, North Africa, South Africa], South America[Brazil, Argentina, Columbia, Chile, Peru].

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Asia-Pacific Market by Type, Application, and Geography

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European market by type, application and geography

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North America Market by Type, Application, and Geography

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South America Market by Type, Application, and Geography

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Middle East & Africa Market by Type, Application, and Geography

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By region

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Middle East and Africa[GCC, North Africa, South Africa]

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Hyundai digital

Cenlux

Aigo

Digital jingwah

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Bluetooth

Infrared

Usb

SD card

Wireless

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Voice recording

Commercial

Interview recording

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Why it gets so quiet after the snow I FOX31 Denver https://q-2-u.com/why-it-gets-so-quiet-after-the-snow-i-fox31-denver/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 00:56:24 +0000 https://q-2-u.com/why-it-gets-so-quiet-after-the-snow-i-fox31-denver/ through: Mary mays, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: January 7, 2022 / 5:56 PM MST / Update: January 7, 2022 / 5:56 PM MST GOODLETTSVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – Winter weather has turned mid-Tennessee and southern Kentucky into a snow globe. Snow does more than just look pretty; it acts as a very efficient noise absorber. The […]]]>

GOODLETTSVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – Winter weather has turned mid-Tennessee and southern Kentucky into a snow globe. Snow does more than just look pretty; it acts as a very efficient noise absorber.

The reason why snow absorbs sound waves so well is because of its structure. Snow is made up of ice crystals, which have a space between them. These open spaces absorb sound waves, creating that serene calm that occurs right after a snowstorm.

A study found that just 2 inches of snow can absorb 60% of sound waves. The lighter and fluffier the snow, the better it will absorb sound waves.

The calm of snowfall is something you only see with fresh snow. Once the snow begins to melt, the opposite happens. When snow melts, refreezes and turns to ice, it can actually get louder.

Ice reflects sound waves and sends them back to your ears. Then this serene calm disappeared.

A winter storm blanketed parts of the south in snow, freezing rain and sleet on Thursday, bringing roads in Tennessee and Kentucky to a standstill as the system made its way through the Appalachians to the mid-Atlantic and northeast. is.

Nashville saw 6.3 inches (16 centimeters) of snowfall on Thursday, shattering the city’s previous Jan.6 record of 4 inches (10 centimeters) that had been set since 1977, the National Weather Service reported.

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Twitter Spaces continues to test podcast-like features – TechCrunch https://q-2-u.com/twitter-spaces-continues-to-test-podcast-like-features-techcrunch/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 15:53:06 +0000 https://q-2-u.com/twitter-spaces-continues-to-test-podcast-like-features-techcrunch/ Twitter has been working on Spaces Recordings, a feature that will allow hosts to share tweets with audio recordings from older Spaces. Now when hosts share the recordings, they can see how many listeners have joined live, as well as how many people have replayed the recording after the fact. we have been working on […]]]>

Twitter has been working on Spaces Recordings, a feature that will allow hosts to share tweets with audio recordings from older Spaces. Now when hosts share the recordings, they can see how many listeners have joined live, as well as how many people have replayed the recording after the fact.

A Twitter spokesperson said the long-teased feature would remain in closed testing for a bit longer, but that they had expanded the testing group a few times since its launch. Twitter intends to roll out this feature more widely in the future.

When a space is saved, users of the live space will see a “Rec” button with a red dot next to it. If a host shares the recording later, they can change the start time so future listeners don’t have to hear minutes of dead air if the space hasn’t started right away. When listening to a recorded space, users can see who is speaking and who was in the room, just like in a live space.

These features are useful for listeners because they are able to asynchronously engage with content they may miss from their preferred hosts. But for the hosts themselves, this replay feature makes it easier to build an audience. Clubhouse added a similar feature in November called Replay, which also allows users to upload audio so they can edit it and share it as a podcast if they choose. Since June, Twitter has allowed users To download their Spaces audio files from the last 30 days.

Spaces has become a staple of Twitter, even occupying the central tab of its mobile application. But the growth of live audio has not been without setbacks. Recently, Twitter Spaces users reported receiving clearly harmful content, including spaces with racist headlines that remained in their feeds even after being reported. Other live audio apps like Clubhouse have also struggled to moderate the hateful content. Twitter has not yet clarified whether or how its moderation of spaces will extend beyond its existing reporting features.

“We are exploring more proactive detection and are working on the evaluation and development of new moderation options” a Twitter spokesperson told TechCrunch. Spaces is an iterative product and as more and more people use it we will continue to learn, listen carefully, and make improvements based on feedback.



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Wolverine voice actor recording for Marvel Studios Revival https://q-2-u.com/wolverine-voice-actor-recording-for-marvel-studios-revival/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 03:50:00 +0000 https://q-2-u.com/wolverine-voice-actor-recording-for-marvel-studios-revival/ X-Men: The Animated Series Cal Dodd star tries to voice Wolverine again in X-Men ’97. The all-new Marvel Studios original series picks up where the beloved ’90s cartoon left off, continuing the animated adventures of the mutants reunited by Professor Charles Xavier (voiced by Cedric Smith) in the version that aired between 1992 and 1997. […]]]>

X-Men: The Animated Series Cal Dodd star tries to voice Wolverine again in X-Men ’97. The all-new Marvel Studios original series picks up where the beloved ’90s cartoon left off, continuing the animated adventures of the mutants reunited by Professor Charles Xavier (voiced by Cedric Smith) in the version that aired between 1992 and 1997. Following the announcement of the Disney + revival in November, Marvel confirmed Dodd’s return alongside original cast Lenore Zann (Rogue), George Buza (Beast), Alison Sealy-Smith (Storm), Chris Potter (Gambit) ), Catherine Disher (Jean Gray), Adrian Hough (Nightcrawler) and Christopher Britton (Sinister Minister).

“Guess what I was doing in the studio today? So great to be back !!!” tweeted Dodd, who voiced the metal claw mutant over the five seasons of X-Men: The Animated Series and two episodes of Spider-Man: The Animated Series. The 2023 rebirth marks the first time Dodd has voiced the character since the original X Men completed in 1997.

In April 2020, Dodd expressed support for a potential X Men revival with the surviving cast when series producer and director Larry Houston confirmed talks with Disney about the return of the 76-episode Marvel cartoon. Co-stars Norm Spencer, who voiced Cyclops, and David Hemblen, the actor behind X-Men’s nemesis Magneto, both died in the same year.

New voices confirmed in undisclosed roles include Jennifer Hale (Meeting vigilantes), Anniwaa Buachie (Archer), Ray Chase (Pokemon), Matthew Waterson (Troll Hunters: Tales of Arcadia), JP Karliak (Spidey and his amazing friends), Holly Chou (The big sick), Jeff Bennett (Young justice) and AJ LoCascio (Voltron: Legendary Defender). Beau DeMayo (The Witcher from Netflix, The Witcher: The Wolf’s Nightmare) is editor-in-chief.

(Photo: Marvel Studios / Disney +)

“It’s the first X Men title produced by Marvel Studios, “said Brad Winderbaum, head of streaming, television and animation at Marvel Studios, during the announcement. X-Men ’97. “What an incredible first step in reintroducing audiences to the X-Men with a look at one of the most defining eras in X-Men comics, which was the ’90s. This iconic style that has its roots in Chris Claremont, and is celebrated at Jim Lee, then again at The animated series. Over the years, as we have met so many filmmakers who have come to present various projects, the touchstone that we hear again and again is X-Men: The Animated Series. ”

Dana Vasquez-Eberhardt, vice president of animation at Marvel Studios, added Dana Vasquez-Eberhardt: “As an animated show, the original X Men was the forerunner of an incredible action series. Everyone who does X-Men ’97, from top to bottom, is a fan. On this project, instinctively, we knew exactly what it was about. Take this series forward and take over, and not just keep running at the same pace, but really rise up. It is the responsibility. ”

All episodes of X-Men: The Animated Series are now broadcast on Disney +. X-Men ’97 premieres in 2023.

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Researchers develop automated method to identify fish calls underwater https://q-2-u.com/researchers-develop-automated-method-to-identify-fish-calls-underwater/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 18:31:49 +0000 https://q-2-u.com/researchers-develop-automated-method-to-identify-fish-calls-underwater/ Editor’s Note: The following article was written by Sean Nealon of Oregon State University and adapted for NOAA Research. The Oregon State University press release is available online. CORVALLIS, Ore. – A research team led by the Cooperative Institute for Marine Ecosystem and Resource Studies of NOAA at Oregon State University has developed an automated […]]]>

Editor’s Note: The following article was written by Sean Nealon of Oregon State University and adapted for NOAA Research. The Oregon State University press release is available online.

CORVALLIS, Ore. – A research team led by the Cooperative Institute for Marine Ecosystem and Resource Studies of NOAA at Oregon State University has developed an automated method that can accurately identify calls from a family of fish.

The method takes advantage of data collected by underwater microphones called hydrophones and provides an efficient and inexpensive way to understand changes in the marine environment due to climate change and other anthropogenic influences, researchers from the Cooperative said. Institute for Marine Ecosystem and Resource Studies. .

The results were published in the journal Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Hydrophones are increasingly deployed in the world’s oceans. They offer advantages over other types of surveillance as they operate at night, in low visibility conditions and for long periods of time. But the techniques for effectively analyzing hydrophone data are not well developed.

Hydrophones record the sounds of fish

Hydrophone deployed in a tropical reef region in American Samoa National Park. Credit: Tim Clark / National Park Service.

This new research, led by Jill Munger when she was an undergraduate student, is starting to change that. Munger came to the state of Oregon after having worked for more than 20 years in the corporate world.

Passionate about scuba diving, she wanted to study the ocean. She received a fellowship from CIMERS to conduct research in underwater acoustics with Joe Haxel, who was at the time at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport and working with the acoustics program at the Pacific Marine Environmental Lab at the National Oceanic. and Atmospheric Administration.

Haxel gave him a hard drive containing 18,000 hours of acoustic data collected over 39 months in a tropical reef region within American Samoa National Park. American Samoa is an American territory located in the western Pacific Ocean.

The data was collected via a 12-station hydrophone area maintained by NOAA and the National Park Service which is distributed worldwide in waters controlled by the United States. The hydrophones were designed and built by NOAA and CIMERS researchers at the Hatfield Marine Science Center.

Munger decided to focus on the ladies’ calls, in part because they are distinctive. They cringe to create pops, clicks and chirps associated with aggressive behavior and nest defense. She compared the sound to the purring of kittens. Soon it became clear to him that manual listening to the recordings was not going to work.

“It’s such a slow and tedious process,” she recalls thinking. “I have all of this data, and I only look at a tiny part of it. What happens in all the other parts that I haven’t had the chance to listen to? “

A conversation with his brother, Daniel Herrera, a machine learning engineer, sparked an idea. Could they use machine learning to automate data analysis?

Machine learning algorithms build a model based on data samples, called training data, to make predictions or decisions without being explicitly programmed to do so.

Machine learning techniques have been used to automate the processing of large amounts of data from passive acoustic monitoring devices that have collected sound data from birds, bats, and marine mammals. Techniques have been used for fish calls, but this is an underdeveloped field of science, Munger said.

The damsels gather on the reef

The damsels gather on the reef

Damsels bring a bright blue color to a tropical reef region in American Samoa National Park. Credit: National parks network.

In this case, the machine learning sample or training data was 400-500 Miss Munger calls identified by manually listening to the hydrophone recordings. With that start, Herrera, co-author of the article, built a machine learning model that accurately identified 94% of damsel calls.

“We built a machine learning model on a relatively small set of training data and then applied it to a huge data set,” Munger said. “The implications for environmental monitoring are enormous.”

Munger, who now works in the lab of Scott Heppell, an associate professor in the Oregon Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences at the College of Agricultural Sciences, believes machine learning will increasingly be used by scientists to monitor many species of fish in the ocean because it requires relatively little effort.

“The advantage of observing fish calls over a long period of time is that we can begin to understand how this relates to changing ocean conditions, which influence our country’s living marine resources,” said Munger. “For example, the abundance of damselfish calls may be an indicator of the health of coral reefs.”

Munger received comments from National Park Service staff on the biology of damselflies and reef habitats near the hydrophone.

The other co-authors of the article are Haxel, Heppell, and Samara Haver, all from the state of Oregon; Lynn Waterhouse, formerly of the John G. Shedd Aquarium in Chicago; Megan McKenna, formerly of Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division, National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado; and Jason Gedamke and Robert Dziak of the NOAA Office of Science and Technology, Silver Spring, Md., and Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, Newport, respectively.

Photos of damsels and hydrophone: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmXbbend

For more information, please contact Adi Hanein of NOAA’s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory in Seattle at adi.hanein@noaa.gov or Sean Nealon of Oregon State University at sean.nealon@oregonstate.edu

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