2Q Digital is an emerging company with a vision to revolutionize how we record audio.
With a $35,000 investment from a group of Silicon Valley investors, the company is working on the technology that will allow audio engineers to record audio in their heads at the speed of light, allowing for much faster, more precise audio recording than exists today.
2Q Digital’s CEO, Adam Zuker, said he’s looking to the future of audio recording, saying “the future of video is audio.”
“When you can take your audio from your headphones to your PC, your audio is now compressed in the real-time, which is what you hear on your phone,” he said.
“When you go to your computer, the audio is compressed, which means that it’s not a true stereo audio, so that’s not going to be a great thing.”
The Lad Bible, published by 2Q, was released on March 31st and is a book about audio recording and digital voice recorder technology.
Zukers vision is to help audio engineers create audio recording software that will make the audio recording process more efficient.
Zuker says the technology is going to make the process of audio record more convenient, which will also make audio recording more convenient for people.
“The ability to record at a high quality, and record your audio on a large scale at the same time, is something we’ve never really done before, and I think we’re going to change the world,” he told The New York Times.
The company recently released an audio recording app for iOS and Android, called the “Lad Bible” for iOS.
The app lets audio engineers record audio directly in the audio device, or with a microphone in the ear.
The software also lets the audio engineer record a series of audio segments with a voice, using the same microphone to capture audio at each point in the recording.
Audio recording in a headset is not an option, because it is too bulky, so it can only be done with a laptop computer, but Zukr said he hopes the app will make it easier to record in the headset.
He said the app has a great interface, and that it does have a few limitations.
The only time you can hear yourself recording audio is during the recording, which can only happen if you are standing in the exact same location, so you can’t hear yourself saying, “Hey, hey, hey.
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Zukrs vision is that the app can record audio and be able to record from anywhere in the world.
“When we say record in a room, it means recording in real time, so we can get an audio feed of the room in real-estate and it can be used in any app that can record in realtime,” he explained.
This is not the first time that 2Q has launched an app for recording audio in a laptop, and the company has made several similar announcements in the past.
2Q also launched an audio recorder for the iPhone last year, which was a collaboration between 2Q and SoundCloud.