Eurecat is launching Sfëar, a new technology for making 3D music

//Eurecat is launching Sfëar, a new technology for making 3D music

Eurecat is launching Sfëar, a new technology for making 3D music

SONAR+D

The new 3D audio technology has the potential to become the new standard in audio, just like stereo was in the past.

Barcelona, 17 June 2015.- The Eurecat technological centre (a Tecnio member) has developed a new technology called Sfëar (www.sfear.com), to create songs and music sessions live, in three dimensions, and produce and distribute music and immersive audio content on mobile devices through headphones.

From today until 18 June, international musicians will present the first 3D songs composed using Sfëar, among whom are Mr J, who regularly collaborates with huge stars on the international recording scene; sound artist Timothy Schmele, creator of “Neurospaces”, which represents cerebral activity using 3D audio, and MainBerlin.

Sonar will debut the first 3D songs composed with Sfëar technology.

Adan Garriga, director of Eurecat Audiovisual technologies, predicts that “3D sound will be the new standard in the audio industry, just like how stereo sound erupted in the 1950s, and the shift from stereo to the 5.1 surround sound system in the 1980s.”

In his opinion, “the technology is so innovative that it has the potential to completely change the music market, as well as streaming and sales platforms such as discos and live music events”.

He stresses that, with the Sfëar system “musicians can easily spacialise the music and only have to concern themselves with positioning the sound in the space, regardless of the number of speakers”.

“The Sfëar tools are compatible with the majority of software used by artists, meaning that an artist can now make 3D music without changing the system they currently work with”, adds the director of Eurecat Audiovisual Technologies.

The technology has the potential to change the music market, from streaming and sales platforms to discos and music events

During Sonar, Eurecat will demonstrate binaural productions in the Market Lab, and those in attendance will be able to try some of the tools used to create immersive music for headphones. At the same time, the visitors will be able to test the 3D sensation in the Sfëar Demo Room, a 64 m2 facility equipped with a 25.3 speaker system, developed together with Amate Audio, in which there will be technical sessions and performances from the various artists invited.

Sfëar website: www.sfear.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sfearaudio/

 

About Eurecat

Eurecat, Technological Centre of Catalonia (a TECNIO member) brings together the experience of more than 450 professionals, who generate an annual turnover of 45 million euro and provide services to over 1,000 companies. Applied R+D, technological services, highly specialised training, technological consultancy and professional events are just some of the services Eurocat offers to both large companies, and small and medium-sized companies, in all sectors. With facilities in Barcelona, Canet de Mar, Cerdanyola del Vallès, Girona, Lleida, Manresa, Mataró, Reus and Amposta, and with a branch in Brazil, it takes part in 160 large, joint R+D+I projects, both national and international, of high strategic value, and has 73 patents and 7 spin-offs. The added value provided by Eurecat fast tracks innovation, reduces scientific and technological infrastructure costs, reduces risks and provides specialist knowledge according to the needs of each business. More information at www.eurecat.org

 

For more information:

Montse Mascaró
Press | Corporate Communication Management
Eurecat

Tel.: (+34) 932 381 400 | Mobile: (+34) 630 425 169
Email: premsa@eurecat.org | www.eurecat.org

 

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