Planetariums. These have massive loudspeaker systems in which different formats, sources and interactive elements all have to be managed appropriately.
Theaters. Here, audio from the main stage as well as sound effects from different sources must be directed to the right place at the right time so that everyone in the audience has the best experience – even those in the “bad seats”.
Theme parks and outdoor installations. These often feature loudspeaker systems that are dissimilar. Also, various different speaker locations need to be fed sound from separate sources or in different formats.
Broadcast. Immersive audio like Dolby Atmos is becoming more important, as well as interactive streams like MPEG-H (still the broadcast standard in Korea, China and Brazil; also used in the USA).
Live shows. Coverage and interactive aspects are the name of the game in this type of application. Even in today’s colossal performance venues, each concert-goer should be given a great sound experience and be able to hear the musicians they came to see.
Our Spatial Audio Designer Processor was specifically made for all these high-demand, real-time applications – and we make the challenge of creating content for all these applications easy with our Spatial Audio Designer Plug-in. Together, these two tools make the perfect sound solution for all your industry needs.
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