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wav

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Listen to the eerie music of ancient stars

Researchers from the University of Birmingham have recreated the "music" of some of the oldest stars in the Milky Way galaxy.

By 7 June 2016

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iTunes 12.4 is here, but there's no word on that music deletion issue

Apple has updated its iTunes app for Mac and Windows, but it's unclear if the company has addressed the music deletion issue that it had previously acknowledged.

By 17 May 2016

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What is FLAC? The high-def MP3 explained

CNET explains what FLAC is, as well as where to buy music in the FLAC format, and how to play it on your iPhone, computer, or MP3 player.

By 27 June 2015

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Roland R-05 records WAV, MP3 simultaneously

Roland announces its latest portable audio recorder, the R-05, at Musikmesse 2010. The recorder includes new features such as onboard editing, 2-second prerecord, and simultaneous format encoding.

By 25 March 2010

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Pioneer's networked audio players do high-res, AirPlay

Pioneer has announced two new networked audio players, capable of playing high-resolution audio WAV and FLAC files, while also supporting both AirPlay and DLNA.

By 6 January 2012

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Oppo's awesome-sounding Blu-ray player

Oppo's BDP-95 Blu-ray player also spins SACDs, DVD-Audio discs, WAV, FLAC files, and more.

By 24 April 2011

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Another undocumented iPhone 1.1.1 feature: Can play MP3/AAC/WAV audio email attachments

Another undocumented iPhone 1.1.1 feature: Can play MP3/AAC/WAV audio email attachments

By 1 October 2007

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Creative's pampered, boisterous offspring

The Zen Wav adds to the growing family

By 25 May 2007

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Troubleshooting QuickTime 6.4: USB static; GSM encoded WAV files; MPEG-2 playback

Troubleshooting QuickTime 6.4: USB static; GSM encoded WAV files; MPEG-2 playback

By 22 October 2003

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Panasonic debuts PianoDesk

Panasonic is coming out with the PianoDesk digital piano, a full 88-key instrument that offers built-in technology for digital networking and saves space by doubling as a desk. The keyboard slides in and out like a drawer, allowing the machine to be used as a computer desk or music composition workstation. It has a built-in USB terminal for connection to a PC. With the included driver software, musicians can record both MIDI and WAV audio files and then store them in electronic albums or share via e-mail. Using the included NP10 On Stage software, musicians can compose, edit, store and e-mail performances. The $3,499 PianoDesk includes four piano sounds, harpsichord, vibes, strings and pipe organ. The piano also features a standard, three-pedal design and an 80-watt, two-speaker system.

By 26 October 2001