VIRTUAL SURROUND SOUND ON HEADPHONES
a movie theatre experience on the go
Sfera Post introduces a revolutionary new spacial audio process that enhances your folded down
stereo file to sound just like your original 5.1 theatrically mixed project over headphones.
There is no loss of quality, no phasing issues on any kind of speakers, and no special headphones or software requirements.
Send us your final surround mix
Once the theatrical mix is ready, send us the final mixed stem for each surround channel and we will prepare the conversion with our proprietary tools. We worked with Timber 3D in Netherlands to develop an innovative audio tool that delivers matchless cinematic quality in any stereo device.
Sfera Post Processing
In no time we'll process the surround mix into stereo using our proprietary Sfera 3D audio engine, and we will implement the necessary adjustments to reproduce the original theatrical mix in stereo.
We charge a fixed amount per minute of footage.
Contact us to discuss your price.
Your audience will enjoy a virtual surround mix anywhere
In less than 3 days you'll receive a simple stereo file that works on any pair of headphones, and is compatible with any stereo speaker devices. No special equipment or decoders are required. The mix is aimed for headphones but works on regular speakers as regular stereo.
One stereo mix for all and audiences will be able to enjoy cinematic sound on the go.
Just hear the difference
between a theatrical downmix to stereo vs Sfera 3D virtual surround processing.
Keep a Modest Head is a Canadian short documentary film, directed by Deco Dawson and released in 2012. The film is a tribute to Jean Benoît, a Canadian artist often credited as "the last surrealist". The film premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, where it won the Toronto International Film Festival Award for Best Canadian Short Film. TIFF subsequently named the film to its year-end Canada's Top Ten list of short films. The film was a shortlisted Canadian Screen Award finalist for Best Short Documentary Film at the 1st Canadian Screen Awards. The film was originally mixed in 5.1 and uses the surround techniques to totally immerse the audience in a whimsical story to illustrate the life of Jean Benoît, the last official member of the highly influential Surrealist group. This is an excerpt.