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Sound Technologies

by Micha79 / January 26, 2011 5:11 AM PST

Recently I asked myself why CNET doesn't review sound production equipment. I'm a big music buff and I like to creat music in my off time. I like to be in the now with all the synths and soundboards, sound cards, midi controllers, etc. I would appreciate a segment within cnet to cater to musicians needs in this growing field of technology. In my opinion, CNET would gather more following plus I would be most thankful for saving me the time online, shopping for the right product thats more bang for your buck.

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Agree with you Micha79
by tantanhi / March 15, 2011 4:39 PM PDT
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Agree with you Micha79,
CNET should review sound equipments. Because they are very tricky, we need to know some pros and cons of the products - it makes us buying for certain sound equipment conveniently.

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Sound Engineering
by jamhelmcor / April 19, 2011 8:06 PM PDT
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Nice. I am also into sound engineering.

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