Zylia Mix & Master Service Allows Optimization Of Spatial Sound From 360-Degree Recordings

Zylia has launched a new Mix & Master service to help its customers get better spatial and binaural sound from sessions recorded with the Zylia ZM-1 360-degree microphone. 

Every customer who purchases a Zylia Music System, which includes the Zylia ZM-1, can submit four songs to the Mix & Master service for free professional audio mixing and mastering.

"The Zylia Mix & Master service allows musicians to take advantage of the skills and experience of our in-house, 3D audio specialists to achieve a unique spatial sound that fans will love," said Tomasz Zernicki, Zylia co-founder and chief technology officer.

Zylia Music is a portable recording studio that allows musicians to capture the entire 360-degree sound scene via 19 high-quality (48-kHz/24-bit resolution) microphones, all incorporated into one compact recording device, plugged directly to a laptop.

Designed for musicians and audio creatives, the Zylia ZM-1 microphone and Studio software can autodetect surrounding sound sources and capture them as separate tracks for further individual mixing or automixing. The highly portable system requires only a USB connection to a Mac, PC or Windows tablet for both data transfer and power supply. 

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