In this episode of the Immersive Audio Podcast, Oliver Kadel travels to Southampton, UK, to visit the HQ of Audioscenic, whose mission is to revolutionise and pivot binaural audio over speakers to the masses. Their team developed technology that uses real-time head tracking and sound-field control to create virtual headphones that render personal 3D Audio to the listener's position in a. Their first commercial success came in the form of a partnership with Razer and subsequent release of Leviathan V2 Pro Soundbar that was announced early 2023 at CES. Since then, their technology received a number of tech awards and mainly the support of the user community. We sat down with the core team members and the early adopters to find out where it all started and where it is heading.

This episode was produced by Oliver Kadel and Emma Rees and included music by Rhythm Scott.

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