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Mark Levinson No. 5909 review (vs. Apple, Sony, B&W, Meze, Final)

Darko.Audio podcast

With 6moons' Srajan Ebaen.PATREON:https://www.patreon.com/johndarkoSHOW NOTES: COMING SOONProducer: Nick McCorristonMusic: Ben Pit -- https://soundcloud.com/beniospit/hybrid-rhythms

1hr 26mins

10 Sep 2022

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Lexus Partnerschaft mit Mark Levinson

Auto - Rund ums Auto. Fahrberichte, Gespräche und Informationen

Musik und Automobile gehören zusammen. Denn was macht mehr Spaß, als sich während der Fahrt mit Musik gute Laune zu generieren. Ein Grund für Lexus, seine langjährige und exklusive Partnerschaft mit Mark Levinson zu feiern. Der Premium-Audiospezialist garantiert perfekten Klanggenuss in Lexus Premium-Automodellen. Darum geht es diesmal!Wenn man in Bezug auf ein Auto davon spricht, dass da „Musik drin sei“, dann kann das unterschiedliche Bedeutungen haben. Meistens ist die „Musik unter der Haube“, also der kraftvolle Motor gemeint. Immer häufiger aber sind aber auch die Soundsysteme IM Wagen gemeint. Und je höherwertiger der Wagen, desto höherwertiger ist meist das Soundsystem. Beispiel: Lexus! Seit mehr als 20 Jahren legen Lexus und die zu Harman International gehörende Prestigemarke Mark Levinson die Messlatte für automobile Audioqualität höher. Vor allem wird für jedes neue Lexus Modell ein maßgeschneidertes Soundsystem entwickelt: Immer ausgefeiltere Technologien ermöglichen Hörerlebnisse wie in einem großen Symphonie-Saal, einem intimen Jazz-Club oder auf einem Stadionkonzert – ganz nach den persönlichen Vorlieben und Musikgeschmäckern. Die jüngsten Früchte dieser Partnerschaft zeigen sich im Laufe dieses Jahres in zwei neuen SUV: der nächsten Generation des Lexus RX und dem neuen vollelektrischen RZ.     Eines der jüngsten Beispiele für die Zusammenarbeit ist das Audiosystem im Lexus NX 350h. Dank der neuen PurePlay-Architektur wird ein 7.1-Surround-Sound-Effekt erzeugt, der den Klang noch näher an das Ohr der Insassen bringt. Das Hörerlebnis geht über das hinaus, was man von einem automobilen Audiosystem erwartet. Damit trägt die Audioqualität zum Omotenashi-Prinzip der Gastfreundschaft von Lexus bei.  Die Entwicklung des Audiosystems begann etwa fünf Jahre vor der Markteinführung des Modells und umfasste eine genaue Prüfung der Größe und Form des Interieurs. „Platz ist immer ein wichtiges Kriterium, besonders in einem Fahrzeug der Größe des NX“, erklärt man bei Mark Levinson. „Für das perfekte Soundsystem waren monatelange Fahrzeugstudien, viele handgefertigte Prototypen, Simulationen, Messungen und Präsentationen erforderlich. Das Team nahm sogar das Fahrzeug bis auf das Blech auseinander und überarbeitete den Fertigungsprozess, um Platz für Innovationen zu schaffen. Da die Fahrzeughersteller die Produktion steigern und gleichzeitig weniger Ressourcen verbrauchen wollen, muss das Multimediasystem denselben Herausforderungen gerecht werden. Jeder Millimeter Platz und jedes Gramm Material muss einen klaren Mehrwert bieten.“ Lexus schätzt zu Recht die mit Mark Levinson verbundene Qualität und Attraktivität.  Alle Fotos: ©  Toyota Deutschland GmbH Diesen Beitrag können Sie nachhören oder downloaden unter:https://www.was-audio.de/aatest/2022_kw_36_Lexus_Partnerschaft_mit_Mark_Levinson_Autotipp_kvp.mp3

5 Sep 2022

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#31 - DACs! DACs! DACs! + JBL, Mark Levinson & Cambridge Audio

Darko.Audio podcast

With Twittering Machines' Michael Lavorgna.PATREON:https://www.patreon.com/johndarko https://www.patreon.com/michaellavorgnaShow notes: https://darko.audio/2022/01/podcast-31-dacs-dacs-dacs-ces-2022-news/Producer: Nick McCorristonMusic: Ben Pit -- https://soundcloud.com/beniospit/hybrid-rhythms

1hr 45mins

26 Jan 2022

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#50 – The Incredible Mind of Claude Shannon with Jimmy Soni & Mark Levinson (Personal Development)

The Good Life Podcast with Sean Murray

Our topic this week is Claude Shannon, a mathematician and engineer known as the Father of Information theory for his landmark paper "A Mathematical Theory of Communication", which he published in 1948. Shannon's seminal work and discoveries ushered in the digital age, and for that alone, his life is worthy of study, but Shannon also had this other remarkable quality to his life – a very playful and creative mind. Shannon was always curious, and he devoted his considerable intellect to a diverse range of activities and interests, that included juggling, unicycles, artificial intelligence, chess playing machines, wearable computers – he even built a chairlift on his property. He was both a mathematical and creative genius.My guests today are Jimmy Soni and Mark Levinson.  Jimmy co-authored a biography of Shannon titled A Mind at Play and Mark directed a documentary about Shannon called The Bit Player which is available on Amazon Prime. In both of these works, Jimmy and Mark seek to explore the incredible mind of Claude Shannon. In this episode we seek to distill the secrets to Shannon's creativity, and we talk about how we can apply these lessons to our own lives.What You’ll Learn:·     The importance of Information Theory and Shannon’s significant contribution to the digital computer and the information age·     How Shannon relied on intuition as a guide when solving mathematical problems·     How Shannon would take a complex problem, simplify it down to its essence, and then build it back up to uncover deep hidden truths that eluded his colleagues·     How Shannon’s disregard for prestige and awards freed up his time and mind for creative work·     How pursuing “trivial” and “whimsical” projects would often lead Shannon to profound insights·     How Shannon used creative dissatisfaction to drive innovation·     How we can apply Shannon’s creative techniques to our own livesResourcesA Mind at Play by Jimmy Soni & Rob GoodmanThe Bit Player directed by Mark Levinson11 Life Lessons from History’s Most Underrated Genius by Soni & Goodman“A Mathematical Theory of Communication” by Claude ShannonConnect with Jimmy Soni & Mark LevinsonLinkedIn for Jimmy: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jimmysoni/LinkedIn for Mark: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-levinson-b400475/Connect with Sean MurrayEmail: seanm@realtimeperformance.comTwitter: @seanpmurray111LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanpmurray/Website: www.seanpmurray.netNewsletter: https://www.realtimeperformance.com/newsletter/See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

57mins

8 Feb 2021

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Friday Fundamentals: 111. Mark Levinson on Framework for Driving Productivity

The Sales Hacker Podcast

On this episode of Friday Fundamentals, we chat with Mark Levinson on framework for driving productivity 

4mins

15 Jan 2021

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144. How to Drive Productivity: The Key Is Operational Excellence w/ Mark Levinson

The Sales Hacker Podcast

This week on the show, we had a great conversation with Mark Levinson, the global vice president of revenue operations for Bazaarvoice. He's a thoughtful, intelligent person who's served both as an operator and an analyst. So he's given a lot of thought to operational excellence. We talk about the rise of the CRO role, the integration of revenue operations, and of course, how to drive productivity.

34mins

12 Jan 2021

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Science and Storytelling Collide with Mark Levinson

Radical Science

We speak to Mark Levinson, Director of Particle Fever, about telling the human stories behind the Higgs Boson discovery, making the complex beautifully compelling, and what's next for the particle physicist turned Film-Maker.

46mins

1 Jun 2016

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Director Mark Levinson - Particle Fever

SoundWorks Collection

This week we talk with Director Mark Levinson about his documentary film Particle Fever. Particle Fever follows six brilliant scientists during the launch of the Large Hadron Collider, marking the start-up of the biggest and most expensive experiment in the history of the planet, pushing the edge of human innovation. Mark has an incredible background as a former theoretical physicist with a doctorate from UC-Berkeley and ADR supervisor. We also discussed his collaboration with film editor Walter Murch and how they tackled this incredible story which was shot over seven years.

41mins

1 Dec 2014

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028 Tonebenders - Mark Levinson

Tonebenders Podcast

In this Episode Timothy talks to Mark Levinson, veteran ADR Supervisor and now director of the Documentary Particle Fever. We talk about the ADR process, working along side Walter Murch and making the jump from audio post to directing.

27mins

12 Sep 2014

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Particle Fever / Film School interview with Director Mark Levinson

KUCI: Film School

Particle Fever follows six brilliant scientists during the launch of the Large Hadron Collider, marking the start-up of the biggest and most expensive experiment in the history of the planet, pushing the edge of human innovation. As they seek to unravel the mysteries of the universe, 10,000 scientists from over 100 countries joined forces in pursuit of a single goal: to recreate conditions that existed just moments after the Big Bang and find the Higgs boson, potentially explaining the origin of all matter. But our heroes confront an even bigger challenge: have we reached our limit in understanding why we exist? Director Mark Levinson, a physicist turned filmmaker, joins us to talk about the celebration of discovery and the revealing stories behind this epic machine.

14 Mar 2014