SFERA 3D AUDIO MIX
Deliver memorable immersive stereo mixes to your audiences
Sfera post delivers fully immersive sound mixes so that means cinema surround sound quality anywhere. There is no huge investment in hardware, there is no big speaker array system or special sound bar needed; just a pair of stereo speakers or regular headphones.
This is the evolution of sound
Send us your final surround mix
Once the theatrical mix is finished send us the stems for each surround channel.
Sfera 3D Processing
In no time we will process the surround mix into stereo using our proprietary 3D audio engine, and we will implement the necessary adjustments to reproduce in stereo the original surround quality.
We charge a fix amount per minute. We start at $40 US Dollars per minute processed.
Your audiece will enjoy the surround mix
In less than 3 days you'll receive the stereo file. Sfera 3D Surround works in any stereo device without the need of any decoder installed in the player.
Just hear the difference
between a regular surround downmix to stereo vs Sfera 3D Surround upmix processing
Creator & Writer of Kicks & Losers
Like Father Films
"When I first heard the quality of immersion from the Sfera 3D audio engine, I instantly knew it was the sound my series needed.”
Writer & Director of Diaspora.
Produced by Eagle Vision Inc
"When I heard the first sample of Sfera 3D in some preliminary outputs for Diaspora I was blown away and knew right away the potential for the software. I instantly wished I could go back and reshoot my whole film, planning for Sfera 3D sound from the beginning! During all of Post we would revisit scenes, imagining how we could move sounds from not only left to right but behind, above, below and from near and far. Sfera needs to be heard to be believed!”
Music/FX Editor & Supervisor
Creative and Technical Consultant
"Sfera Post has created an incredible opportunity in audio Post-Production with its revolutionary 3D process. This will change everything in terms of how we integrate immersive soundscapes into our current standard formats.”