Before we get started, you first must allowed the HomePod access to Contacts, Messages, Reminders, and Notes in the initial pairing process in order to ask Siri to do the commands in this guide.
Whether you’ve got Play:1, Play:3 or Play:5 speakers, we will show you how to install a Sonos system. The Sonos app has been accessible for blind and low vision users for as far as I can remember with great support if needed. When you’re setting up a speaker for the first time, these are the steps you’ll need to take.
Apple’s HomePod becomes available for pre-orders on Friday. It will cost $349 and will hit store shelves on February 9. HomePod is an Amazon Echo competitor that users talk to by saying,”Hey Siri!”
CBT takes a look at the Google Home Mini with updated touch controls. Shortly after launching the Mini, Google disabled all touch controls due to an issue with the touch control on the top of the device constantly being triggered even when not touched.
In this week’s VIP, Nelson and James discuss the top stories from assistive tech and give you some Cool Picks to think about.
CBT takes a dip in the water with the Ultimate Ears roll 2. Will this portable bluetooth speaker sink or swim?
This time out we take a look at recording audio. This covers everything from setting up the computer to know which device/microphone to record from to telling GarageBand which track to record onto. Especially useful in projects with more than one tracks.So warm up those vocal pipes or playing fingers and lets continue our dive into recording with GarageBand.
In this episode we get into the basics of doing some midi recording. You’ll hear the lovely Steinway Grand Piano on a childhood classic while learning some concepts of how GarageBand handles recording. Grab a copy of GarageBand and lets dive in!
We put the Monster Bluetooth speaker to a sound and drop test, guess what happens?