French loudspeaker manufacturer L-Acoustics has launched L-ISA 3.0, a comprehensive immersive audio software platform for the live sound and music production markets. The spatial technology software platform is equipped with new tools to automate and create compelling spatial audio content live or in the studio.
L-ISA 3.0 integrates with Mixhallow, an app-based audio platform created by Incubus guitarist michael einziger and his wife, classically trained musician and Hans Zimmer collaborator Ann Marie Simpson-Einziger, Mixhello features an ultra-low latency sound technology that allows fans to use their smartphones and headphones to tap directly into a full band mix at a concert – or focus on unique mixes like guitar solos or drum solos Gives The integration allows Mixhallow users to tap into binaural mixes powered by the L-ISA processor.
“As consumer audio platforms such as Apple Music, Tidal and Amazon Music continue to make spatial audio more ubiquitous, the ability to create and perform in an immersive and accessible way is now a necessity – regardless of skill level or format, El Said – Acoustics Director of Product Management, Software and Electronics Scott Sugden in a statement. “The new L-ISA 3.0 platform brings more value to our immersive technology platform for those who choose to use it in their venues and for those who choose to create their own content with it.”
L-ISA 3.0 also includes an FX Engine that allows designers to create reactive movements and trajectories with fully customizable controls and behaviors that can be folded and applied to an infinite number of objects, all sizes to life. brings a mixture of The system additionally features a stereo mapping suite that supports both stereo and immersive content.
A press release explains, “While a growing number of venues around the world already have L-ISA immersive audio configurations and 3D mixing capabilities, touring artists may not have their content ready in immersive format ” “For those artists, the new Stereo Mapper feature in L-ISA 3.0 maps existing stereo content to immersive speaker configurations – without changing the original artist’s mix. The Stereo Mapper delivers stereo content in an L-ISA configuration while preserving the same power distribution as a traditional left/right array configuration to maintain the original stereo image and overall mix.
L-ISA 3.0 also includes an updated snapshot engine that provides “increased granularity and scope of what can be stored in snapshots, allowing users to choose how source processing, delay, reverb What sources are visible at any given time, along with features.” , and more,” according to the release.
Additionally, EW Edit and Preview modes allow users to visualize the position of audio sources, make on-the-fly adjustments without interruption or downtime and provide novice and experienced users with “truly spatial audio”, according to the release. help get the mix”. “With its powerful real-time editing and preview functionality, it’s now easier than ever to fine-tune spatialization settings to achieve the precise 3D audio mix you’re looking for.”
For more information about L-ISA 3.0, visit https://l-isa.l-acoustics.com/.