See What You Feel

The basic method for being in control of your sound, and for achieving an outstanding result in the end, begins with knowing what it is you’re working with, not only how it sounds, but also how it behaves and what it looks like.

On the incoming signal in all our software there is a constant advanced detailed analysis performed in real-time, in order to assure that we know as much as we possibly can find out about the incoming material, before starting the actual processing of the material.

In the design of our real-time analysis tools this philosophy was the driving force already from the concept stage, to, in a simple way, be able to configure and adapt the tools based on the requirements of the assignment, and to assure that there’s always a direct connection between the sound and the visual representation of the material – See what you feel!

Spat Revolution Binaural

Creating binaural content with Spat Revolution

FLUX:: IRCAM Spat Revolution is an object-based immersive audio mixing suite that includes a stand-alone rendering and processing application, and a set of plugins for audio and automation integration with various DAW hosts. Spat Revolution renders virtual...
SPAT Revolution HRTF

Managing and Importing HRTF

Using binaural audio means dealing with HRTFs. In the HRTF section in the Spat Revolution preferences menu, you can access and manage HRTFs. The HRTF used by default is Kemar, which can of course be changed and another HRTF can be set up as default instead. In the...
Your Aural ID

Acquiring and Importing your Genelec Aural ID to Spat Revolution

Using the generic Kemar HRTF provided as a default for binaural in Spat Revolution, or downloading any of the popular HRTFs used in 360/VR pipelines such as the Neumann KU 100, is where binaural starts. Achieving a more accurate and reliable monitoring experience,...
Genelec - Aural ID

Getting your Aural ID for binaural reference accuracy

Using the generic Kemar HRTF provided as a default for binaural in Spat Revolution, or downloading any of the popular HRTFs used in 360/VR pipelines such as the Neumann KU 100, is where binaural starts. Achieving a more accurate and reliable monitoring experience,...
Flux:: Immersive Studio Montreal

FLUX:: Immersive Studio in Montreal, Canada

FLUX:: Immersive Studio at Showmedia in Montreal is now available for object-based mixing and immersive audio productions. The facility is equipped for training, pre-production mixing, auralization/virtualization and live production mixing for spatial audio streaming...

Democracy for Immersive Audio at the 360 Paris Music Factory

From Pre-Production to Live Show at the 360 Paris Music FactoryDemocracy for Immersive Audio - Introducing the use of immersive audio in a performing arts venue is not a crazy exclusive scientific stunt, and not something that is out of reach today.  In the above...

SPAT Revolution a Creative Playground for Sound Designer Jonas Gehrmann

Berlin, Germany—April 2020… Given his background mixing front-of-house for rock bands, it’s no surprise that when Sphereo sound designer and 3D audio operator Jonas Gehrmann discusses immersive audio, he focuses a lot on music use cases. “In the end, immersive audio...

How to set up your DAW with Spat Revolution

The easiest and fastest way to get started with Spat Revolution in a DAW environment is by using the Local Audio Path mode, running Spat on the same workstation as the DAW. To facilitate this and to get started easily, we have created sessions and templates for a...

Internationaal Theater Amsterdam Takes Immersive Audio On Tour with SPAT Revolution

Amsterdam, The Netherlands—April 2020… Internationaal Theater Amsterdam (ITA) is both a theater venue and home to a large-scale, international traveling company presenting established and new theater and dance works. Led by director Ivo van Hove, ITA has increasingly...

Waseda’s Artware hub Brings Immersive to Life with SPAT Revolution

Tokyo, Japan – April 2020… Shinjuku has a long history as one of Tokyo’s most vibrant areas, and Waseda is arguably the district’s cultural and creative nexus. The area is home to the renowned Waseda University, as well as numerous museums, theaters, night clubs, and...