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All the Apple Event news: More M1, Podcast Subscriptions, and don’t lose your keys

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 20 Apr 2021 8:08 pm

In a lovely contrast to “everything’s delayed because chip shortages” and “everything is a subscription,” it’s refreshing to hear Apple say “we’re shipping,” “you can make your own subscriptions,” and “we found your keys for you.” Here it is, at a glance. First off, for anyone worried about Apple’s M1-centered strategy, fret not – it […]

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All the Apple Event news: More M1, Podcast Subscriptions, and don’t lose your keys

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 20 Apr 2021 8:08 pm

In a lovely contrast to “everything’s delayed because chip shortages” and “everything is a subscription,” it’s refreshing to hear Apple say “we’re shipping,” “you can make your own subscriptions,” and “we found your keys for you.” Here it is, at a glance. First off, for anyone worried about Apple’s M1-centered strategy, fret not – it […]

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Kučka on her debut album Wrestling, the electronic music ‘dudefest’ and turning down BTS

Delivered... Jonno Seidler | Scene | Tue 20 Apr 2021 6:30 pm

She’s worked with heavy hitters including Kendrick Lamar, ASAP Rocky and Flume – but now the Australian producer is writing for herself

Sunlight pours through the window of Laura Jane Lowther’s bedroom in Los Angeles, catching a gold record that hangs unassumingly in the corner. Recognising her input on 2015 hit Walk With Me from Australian duo Cosmo’s Midnight, the plaque seems like a lifetime ago for the Australian songwriter, producer and vocalist also known as Kučka (a moniker lifted from the Serbian slang for “bitch”).

Related: Baker Boy, Hiatus Kaiyote, Montaigne and others: Australia’s best new music for April

Related: Troy Cassar-Daley: 'I looked in the mirror and thought, stop it. You are destroying everything you love'

Kučka’s album Wrestling is out via Soothsayer/LuckyMe on 30 April

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Arturia’s Pigments 3 synth plug-in just got packed with a ton of new features

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 20 Apr 2021 5:37 pm

Pigments, the monster synth plug-in, is still growing at full speed - now with a deep "harmonic" additive engine, more layers, and more tools in its palette. Meet Pigments 3.

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The beauty of wind organs, and how to make one yourself out of recycled materials

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 20 Apr 2021 5:01 pm

The acoustic principles are the same as wind instruments (and pipe organs). But there’s something eerily beautiful about wind organs – and they’re easy enough to make. bassling from Australia sends in this how-to from Australia, to get you started. There, of course, it’s fall, meaning this could be viewed in the “spooky Halloween” territory […]

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The beauty of wind organs, and how to make one yourself out of recycled materials

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Tue 20 Apr 2021 5:01 pm

The acoustic principles are the same as wind instruments (and pipe organs). But there’s something eerily beautiful about wind organs – and they’re easy enough to make. bassling from Australia sends in this how-to from Australia, to get you started. There, of course, it’s fall, meaning this could be viewed in the “spooky Halloween” territory […]

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A New TV Station in Your Future?  Lifting of TV Freeze Brings Proposals for New Allotments

Delivered... David Oxenford | Scene | Tue 20 Apr 2021 3:41 pm

While the pandemic has focused much attention on streaming television services, at least some companies believe that over-the-air television still has a future, as evidenced by recent proposals to allocate new TV channels which, if adopted, could result in brand new TV stations.  As we wrote here, last year the FCC  lifted the freeze on applications for new TV allotments and for changes in existing stations, as the repacking of the TV band following the incentive auction has finally ended.  The lifting of the freeze, which had existed in some form for about 17 years, resulted in many requests for changes in the facilities of existing TV stations. As we wrote here in one of our weekly updates on regulatory matters, most were proposals for changes in the channels of existing stations from VHF to UHF channels.  Almost weekly since we first noted those requests, we have seen the FCC ask for comments on other proposals for channel swaps by existing stations.  UHF channels are, of course, seen to have better reception in a digital environment and are especially suitable for the transmission of the new ATSC 3.0 Next Gen television signals, so stations with VHF operations are looking to move.  But, recently, we have also seen requests for allocations for new TV stations being put out for public comment.

The two proposals that we have seen thus far (here and here), both filed by the same company that owns many TV stations across the country (including many in smaller markets), are for stations outside of major markets.  Given the compacting of the television band over the last two decades, first by the conversion to digital and then as part of the incentive auction process, there simply is not much spectrum for TV operations in most major markets.  But the number of proposals for stations to change from VHF to UHF operations shows that in some smaller markets there are still UHF channels available for application, and there are likely VHF opportunities in many other markets (one of the two recent proposals for new channels being for a VHF channel).  These proposals for new TV allocations show that there is still interest in over-the-air TV even in more rural areas.  Certainly, as ATSC 3.0 is built out offering a variety of non-television services (from data transmission to audio services), there will be a desire to make these services available nationwide, perhaps giving some glimpses of the future use of these new channels.  Watch as more proposals are filed at the Commission and, if you are interested in a new TV station, perhaps your opportunity is coming.  If these proposals are adopted, the channels will be auctioned by the FCC at some point in the future.

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