VIDEO TALKS published on 15 Feb 2023

Immersive sound

This session considers the evolution of audio technologies and asks what they mean for music producers and broadcasters across radio and television. From binaural rendering to object-based audio which allow producers to position and move sound sources within 3D space, the creative possibilities are limitless. But are audiences listening? And what's the added value in the case of music production? This session, produced in collaboration with the EBU TV Music Experts and EBU Technology & Innovation aims to find out more.


Dolby Atmos Mix of Hilary Hahn's 'Eclipse' — Hendrik Jurich (hr)
Immersive sound — José Luís Crespo (freelance sound engineer) 
Radio broadcasting as inventor and early-adaptor of immersive audio — Werner Bleisteiner (BR)


Huw Robinson, Operations Manager, Music, BBC Audio; Chair, EBU Contact Engineers (moderator)
Werner Bleisteiner, Creative Technologist, BR
Lars C. Brunn, Tonmeister, Danish Radio
Mikkel Nymand, Tonmeister, Danish Radio
Hendrik Jurich, Audio Engineer and Re-recording Mixer, hr
Manuel Herrero Escrig, Deputy Artistic Director, RTVE Symphony Orchestra and Choir
Ricardo Viñas, Senior Sound Consultant, Dolby Atmos
José Luís Crespo, Sound Engineer, freelance
Hervé Déjardin, Audio Innovation Project Manager, Radio France

Events: Immersive sound