What The Guardian UK calls a person who “appears to have swallowed an entire orchestra and several backing singers,” Tom Thum, the self-proclaimed “versatile voicebox” performed at the University of Sydney-hosted TEDxtalk event and wowed thousands of Aussies and millions on YouTube with his vocal repertoire.
The viral video has earned Thum a few million fans all around the globe and is posted below.
The 89th Academy Awards will be airing this Sunday, February 26. Before Oscars time, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the nominated movies. It certainly makes watching the 3-plus-hour show a lot more fun.
Everything is tied into mobile devices these days. Your calendar, your social life, and even your home are all packed into that smartphone, tablet, or smart watch. These portables can be used to unlock doors, turn on lights, close shades, fire up music, and so much more. They can even be used to save homeowners thousands of dollars in repairs.
Last week, Sprint announced plans to acquire 33 percent of TIDAL, the streaming music service owned by rap mogul Jay Z. The hook on this service isn’t its famous owner or the eclectic selection, but that the service can deliver High-Resolution Audio streams.
Dolby Atmos is an “object-based” audio format. So instead of assigning audio to specific channels (left, right, etc.), Dolby Atmos attaches sound to objects on-screen. This creates a realistic sound experience from every angle, including above.