Sonic Sunday — 01/02/2022

Here are a few items on matters sonic -- voice, sound and audio -- that I hope you will find interesting. As always, wee would love to hear from you.  To sign up for a free Witlingo account, please go here.

1. Announcements:

  • We are kicking off a series of educational events about Audio NFTs starting this Wednesday, January 5th, 2022.  Please go here for more details.
  • We are gearing up to begin onboarding our first Beta clients who wish to create and mint audio NFTs right from Witling.  If you are interested in participating, please go here.
  • In case you missed it, we are happy to announce that the Witlingo 3.0 platform is now genetrally available.  Please go here for the full release notes.

2. Worth a read:

3. Worth listening to: Episode Five of The Sonic Voices Multicast.

4. Worth watching: The latest episode of Lingofest.  This week, it's Part One if our interview wiith Jeff Adams, formerly Head of Speech at Amazon Alexa, a veteran from the days of L&H, ScanSoft, and Nuance, and currently, CEO at Cobalt Speech & Language, and incubator of several other speech startups..  For previous episodes of Lingofest, please go here.

5. Fun Fact: Did you know what is louder than a car horn? The cry of a human baby, which is about 115 decibels!  More fun facts here.

Guess the movie: And now for some fun! Can you tell what movie this is just from the audio? Go here and try it out.

  • The answer to last week's movie is: Idiocracy. And the first person to guess it was: Elaine Anzaldo, Conversational UX Designer at NLX.  Elaine presented at Lingofest 2021.  Here is her presentation.

If you want to hear what people are saying about Witlingo, check out these audio testimonials:

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