Astro Spatial Audio Debuts New Website

Object-based immersive audio has a new online home at

Astro Spatial Audio is proud to unveil its newly completed online home at

Offering invaluable technical insights and downloadable resources, the website has been designed to offer insight into the technologies which underpin object-based 3D sound while offering everything you need to know about the world’s leading independent, award-winning immersive audio solution.

While Astro Spatial Audio has to be experienced to be truly appreciated, now offers all-comers an easy-to-digest knowledge-hub which will grow over time with new articles and application case studies. Like the ASA system itself, the website has been created to make object-based audio easier to understand and apply.

In addition, the website offers the opportunity to catch up with the latest news from Astro Spatial Audio and its growing list of partner manufacturers, including Martin Audio’s Sound Adventures, and Alcons Audio’s Pro Ribbon Immersive Experience. Full information can be found on the SARA II Premium Rendering Engine, including details of the software modules which make up the powerful but accessible ASA solution. Suggested system set-ups for those working in the touring and installation markets can be explored, while a number of case studies can be downloaded for inspiration.

“Astro Spatial Audio is unique in not being tied to one brand – we work with every loudspeaker and every console, and our website has been designed to reflect that freedom of choice,” explained Bjorn Van Munster, Director of Astro Spatial Audio. “We have worked hard to create a website that offers useful information and helps visitors to understand what separates our solution and makes it special. We look forward to welcoming the many people who want to explore the potential of object-based 3D sound.”

The launch of follows a string of recent successes for Astro Spatial Audio, including winning a coveted LDI Product of the Year Award, as well as celebrating Kai Harada’s triumph at the 2018 Tony Awards, where he used an Astro Spatial Audio system to win Best Sound Design in a Musical for The Band’s Visit.