Max Sound Corp., an HD audio technology company with proprietary software that significantly improves sound quality from virtually any digital or analog source without increasing file size, is making a significant impact in the marketplace.
MAX-D is an audio process that restores lost compressed harmonics and brings high definition (HD) sound to digital media. The MAX-D process can create HD Audio from a compressed audio source (MP3, AAC, etc.) while maintaining the original file size and format.
Currently, the MAX-D HD Audio technology has over 70 filed patents pending, and now can now be found on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon DSP Processors. Qualcomm produces over 750 million chips per year, and represents 8 billion dollars of the global chip market. It is believed that MAX-D’s implementation into the Qualcomm Snapdragon DSP Processor could be a gateway for the company into the world’s largest device manufacturers.
The original technology was invented by audio engineer Lloyd Trammell, who was voted by his peers at Electronic Musician Magazine as one the world’s top four audio engineers and sound-designers. Mr. Trammell was instrumental in helping create MIDI, the Musical Instrument Digital Interface, which is an electronic musical instrument industry specification that enables a wide variety of digital musical instruments, computers, and other related devices to connect and communicate with each other.
Throughout his vast career, Mr. Trammell knew that he needed to achieve true audio greatness, and he believed that the world was not hearing audio the way nature intended it to be heard. Out of his quest for true audio perfection, MAX•D HD Audio was born.
Today, MAX-D HD can transform any product into a premium sound device. The process eliminates damaged and compressed audio, restores both harmonic and dynamic range in real-time, and recreates and enhances clarity and dynamic range. As Mr. Trammell once said, “Nothing sounds as good as MAX•D – Period!”
For more information about Max Sound Corp., visit www.maxsound.com
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