RHA Journal

The RHA Team recreated their first music players

14.05.2020

This week we set The Team a challenge: draw/render/paint/build from LEGO (unfortunately nobody chose this option) your first music player completely from your own memory, not Google's, in 10-ish minut...

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The Team have learned new "skills"

07.05.2020

Over the last few weeks we’ve shared the Team’s album recommendations, gaming habits and lockdown TV-binging. This week we ask ‘but are you doing anything, you know, useful?’. It turns out they are! F...

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Some things you might not know about RHA

05.05.2020

From the outside, RHA looks like a deeply professional corporation, staffed by thousands of intelligent, creative and – most importantly – beautiful people. But what is it really like? Here’s some b...

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The Team would like to play a game

30.04.2020

In the hours after work (or all weekend long), we’re always looking for ways to stay occupied during lockdown. We’ve heard from a lot of the Team that they’ve turned to games, from table-top to wide-s...

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Make your Voice Assistant work for you

27.04.2020

Whether you’ve got Siri or Google Assistant, Alexa or Bixby (or even Cortana), voice assistants were designed to make your life easier. They can call your mom, set your morning alarm - they can even u...

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The Team are watching a lot of TV

23.04.2020

Like much of the world, the Team have recently taken some time away from the outdoors to really focus on growing their relationship with film and television. This week, we asked what people were watch...

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RHA's Guide to Working Remotely

20.04.2020

If you’re new to working remotely, it’s likely you’ll be adding the finish touches to your home office. That final desk adjustment you made this morning means you can start work for real this time! A...

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The RHA Team have opinions about music

16.04.2020

Due to Everything Just Now, we’ve been listening to music even more than usual. This week, we asked the team what they’ve been listening to – and how it’s changed over the last few weeks. Here are the...

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Silence is Important

14.04.2020

Silence is core to headphone design. It seems contradictory, but it's absolutely key in producing good quality audio. As an audio company, silence isn't really something you're supposed to sell. 'The...

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The RHA Team find things to do this weekend

09.04.2020

As we adapt to life indoors, we’re finding new things to do with our time off. This week, a reminder that the Team have the long weekend over Easter was met with… mixed responses. For maybe the first...

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From the Team: Adapting to Life at Home

01.04.2020

When is a flight adapter not a flight adapter? When we announced our Bluetooth adapter – catchily titled Wireless Flight Adapter – last summer, we did not expect that we were releasing it into a world...

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World Book Day: The Best Audiobooks for Modern Readers

20.03.2020

It’s World Book Day and what’s better than a good book? Audiobooks of course, and we've got some recommendations to start you off. Here at RHA we are more than ready to delve into the booming industr...

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Rhythm is a…Runner?

21.01.2020

Now that you have procured the correct sportswear from the January sales, all that’s left is the right playlist. But how important are the tracks you choose; can they really make a difference to your...

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Anatomy of a Song: Eminem - My Name Is

17.01.2020

Remember the 90s? It was a far simpler time, wasn't it? The internet was in its infancy, inflatable furniture was trendy and MTV was the authority on everything cool. 1999 was no exception, with every...

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Behind the Sounds: The Force Behind the Iconic Lightsaber

19.12.2019

Our newest series: Behind the Sounds, delves into the subtleties of the most recognisable sounds in film. With the final instalment of the Skywalker saga, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hitting cine...

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Anatomy of a Song: The Art of Sampling

13.12.2019

Our new journal series: “Anatomy of a Song” delves into the tracks we move to, how they were put together and their unique nuances. To kick off this new series we’re exploring the practice of sampling...

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Sound in Space: Interstellar Audio

06.12.2019

You could say that Earth is the nuisance neighbour of our solar system. We’re the only one of the eight planets (sorry Pluto) to intentionally project messages into the great void of space. From radio...

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Sound in Space: A Voyage Through Time

22.11.2019

We know that sound can’t physically travel through outer space. But space is far from void of all sound, technically speaking. Radio, TV and internet signals are continuously escaping earth to travel...

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