Spatial, the award-winning immersive audio company and software service, announced the Spatial Inside program composed of educational resources and Spatial Studio 101, a curriculum for audio engineers seeking to propel immersive sound design.
Spatial Studio 101 is Spatial’s foundational curriculum that offers creators a course that teaches core principles of Spatial Studio, the real time editing environment for designing immersive sonic experiences.
To deepen the pool of qualified immersive audio design talent, Spatial partnered with the Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences, (CRAS) one of the top-rated audio engineering and music production schools. The partnership with CRAS enrolls audio engineers and creatives seeking to diversify their skillset and unlock commercial work opportunities with Spatial’s leading customers and clients.
“With Spatial Studio 101, the goal was to ease any level audio engineer into Spatial Studio and help guide students to be creative – it’s about inspiring people towards creativity. The beauty of Spatial is there’s no hard set of steps to make something that sounds good, we drafted something that inspires,” says Robert Brock, CRAS’ director of Education and Core Technologies, Apple Distinguished Educator and author of Spatial Studio 101.
Spatial offers one of the most advanced immersive audio software platforms, offering near-limitless layering of sounds across dozens of audio channels, the company notes. The technology enables active immersive audio experiences that react to real-time environmental changes, creating truly unique sound experiences from person to person, according to Spatial.
Immersive audio has already been widely touted as the next big thing in music, film and television, with Spatial’s advanced software fueling real-world interactive soundscapes, which have also been deployed in the wellness category.