Revolutionizing Audio: How Nomono is Making Spatial Audio Accessible to All

Revolutionizing Audio: How Nomono is Making Spatial Audio Accessible to All

Nomono's Ruben Andre Åeng joins the show to talk about audio
Podcasters are limited by their lack of audio expertise, putting limitations on how they produce their shows. Many podcasts are limited to studio setups or through remote calls, rather than on location. Enter Nomono… Ruben Andre Åeng, a sound design expert from Norwegian scale-up Nomono, is putting the power to create spatial audio recordings in the hands of creators. We’re going meta-podcast and exploring the difference between a conventional and a spatial audio recording, and discuss the benefits and challenges of producing epic audio content.


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