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Audio Talks


Audio Talks. A podcast on all things audio presented to you by HARMAN and our family of audio brands including JBL, Harman Kardon and AKG. Host Oisin Lunny, music journalist and audio enthusiast, will interview expert guests, legends of the music industry and audio scientists to discuss the power of music and audio in all its facets. New episode bi-weekly every Thursday.


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4.8 out of 5 stars from 21 ratings
  • Mega!

    Mega Qualität und interessante Gäste. 👏🏼

    Apple Podcasts
    Germany3 years ago
  • Wonderful podcast

    Great pod with great guests and passionate host

    Apple Podcasts
    Ireland3 years ago
  • Excellent Podcast

    Very interesting conversations and inspiring guests!

    Apple Podcasts
    Germany4 years ago
  • Love it!

    Finally a podcast about why music matters! Love the topics, love the guests, love the host! 👏

    Apple Podcasts
    Germany4 years ago
  • Not clear who the audience is for this

    I am a sound engineer and listened in with the hope that this would be in some way useful and / or informative. I had hoped the qualified people involved would be given the opportunity to discuss the current state of the art in audio in depth or on some kind of technical level. There is after all a lot of research going on at Harman in this area. But so far nothing. They are keeping it all under wraps and would rather talk about the concept of audio and the emotions it creates and a bunch of wis... more

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    Anvil Earthrod
    United States4 years ago

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Audio Talks launched 4 years ago and published 69 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.

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