Interra Systems Announces First-to-market Support For Sony 360 Reality Audio

Interra Systems’ content-aware media QC ensures a flawless and immersive audio experience.

Interra Systems has announced it will be the first company to integrate 360 Reality Audio, an immersive music experience utilizing Sony's object-based 360 spatial sound technology, into a file-based quality control (QC) solution. 360 Reality Audio will be added into Interra Systems’ BATON enterprise-class solution in Q3 2024.

Placing listeners at the center of the sound, 360 Reality Audio creates a truly enveloping music-listening experience. Offering support for this, Interra Systems' BATON solution empowers media companies to deliver flawless, immersive audio experiences to their audiences every time.

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