Want to mix in Atmos? We take a look at compatible DAWs.
Now you can create Atmos mixes using any DAW! But that’s not all this app has to offer...
Intuitive and powerful, this compressor can handle anything from mono up to 7.1.4 Atmos sources.
Sound Particles have placed 3D audio at the heart of their new soft synth.
Sonarworks’ SoundID has improved stereo monitoring in countless studios worldwide. The new multi‑channel version is designed to do the same for immersive audio.
Designed from the ground up for processing multi‑channel Atmos sources, Spherix boasts some innovative and useful features.
A good real‑time analyser can draw attention to what our ears miss, and with multi‑channel formats that second opinion can be invaluable.
Embody’s Immerse Virtual Studio aims to replicate loudspeaker listening on headphones — and the newest variant does so in up to 7.1.6 surround.
Could a small step for Logic’s version number represent a giant leap for music production?
Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a simple, intuitive way to place sources in your immersive, surround or binaural soundstage? Well, now there is!
Embody offer a unique way to tailor their room‑simulation system to the individual user.
This debut mic from Voyage Audio combines the power of Ambisonics with the convenience of direct USB connectivity.
Immersive audio is increasingly important, and requires large multi-channel monitoring systems. Grace Design's m908 is intended to provide complete control over such a system.
Genelec's latest monitor is a flexible beast, designed for the large multi-speaker setups that are needed in VR and immersive audio. But does this versatility come at the expense of its usefulness for conventional music mixing?
Rode’s new Soundfield mic brings the benefits of Ambisonic recording to everyone, whether you’re working with 360‑degree audio or old‑fashioned stereo.
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