Spatial audio is the latest technological craze to hit the music industry. Allowing listeners to pinpoint where the sound is coming from, it essentially gives a sense of space which goes beyond the usual audio that people have always listened to. Now, L-Acoustics and producer Latroit have teamed up to use spatial audio in a special way.
L-Acoustics is the forward-thinking company who is leading in the design and manufacturing of premium sound systems for live events. Their list of clients is seemingly endless but includes leading live events titans such as Tomorrowland, Ubbi Dubbi and Rolling Loud, and also for artists like ODESZA, Tiësto, David Guetta and many more leaders of the electronic scene and beyond. Always innovating their designs and technology to stay ahead of the game, in 2011 they formed a research team which would look into the possibility of introducing spatial audio at events. In 2016, they introduced L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound technology which introduces many possibilities for not only artists but listeners and fans alike. Since its inception, L-ISA has reached around 12 million people in all corners of the world, also being used within 6000 productions. Now this technology is spreading to the studio, where Grammy Award-winning producer Latroit and Jason Bentley, LA radio personality and Secret Technology imprint owner, have dived straight into the immersive possibilities.
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