Carnegie Hall may take some practice, but a new mobile app gives an average iPhone or iPad owner the experience of going on stage with a live orchestra.
Now available in the App Store, the Spatial Orchestra app brings music to life with augmented reality and spatial sound.
Built by developer TCW in collaboration with the Cinema Sonic Orchestra. The app displays instruments in the user's physical environment and plays their siren songs relative to the user's position and orientation within the room.
In addition to the AR view, users can choose from two VR views, a virtual bird's eye view of orchestras, and a stage experience.
While the AR experience is only available on ARKit-compatible iPhones and iPads (with a minimum recommendation of the iOS 1
Last year, demand for audio-visual equipment The experience has gradually grown, with critically acclaimed apps such as Tónandi for Magic Leap One and David Bowie Is for smartphones highlighting the appeal of spatial audio AR apps.
In addition to audio-AR apps, Bose, Sennheiser, and Huawei's spatial audio products are beginning to use this technology to provide music fans with increasingly immersive ways to experience music.