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Future File

By Daily Mirror

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Description

Technology is changing the way we live, work and play faster than anything we've ever known before. Smartphones have replaced computers and social media is altering the way we share information about ourselves and our interests.This podcast takes a look at different aspects of the technology industry in an effort to understand how and why it benefits you. Your hosts, Jeff and Shivali, have taken time out from their day job running Mirror.co.uk's Technology and Science desk to give you the inside track on all things tech. If you've got any suggestions for future topics, leave a review and let them know what you'd like to hear about. Subscribing will automatically get you all the upcoming episodes and don't forget to follow @MirrorTech (https://twitter.com/MirrorTech) on Twitter for even more technology and science news.

Customer Reviews

Interesting Content Poor Sound

This first episode of The Future File from the Daily Mirror was actually very good. The speculation about Apple's new iPhone was presented very well by the two hosts. They were knowledgeable and articulate and I cannot fault their light but informative style. In fact the only thing that marred this promising new podcast was the sound quality. The mixing was fine and the microphones used captured both voices clearly. However the Mastering of the recording was nonexistent. The low frequency rumble that featured almost constantly through this episode nearly made it unlistenable. Almost certainly caused by acoustic feedback from standing waves in the room where recording took place. A low-pass filter applied to the rendered mix would have been an easy and quick fix. Ok, admittedly I am a sound engineer but my partner was in the car listening with me and she found it very hard to enjoy the show because of the booming effect. Anyone streaming it through a bass heavy home system would probably not have made it to the end. So for the next episode please consider having the recording Mastered before transmission (cheap) or install bass traps and acoustic baffles in the recording room (pricey).
I just want to state again how good the podcast was. I am certainly not criticising the presenters or the format and I am looking forward to the next (Mastered) episode .

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