Have you ever noticed that when you go to a live concert you hear a mixed harmony that you wouldn’t pick-up on if you were listening to the same song on your MP3 player? There’s more bass, more guitar – and is that drum louder?! When music is compressed from its original file into MP3 format to fit onto a smaller device like an iPod or smartphone, much of the quality and sound is lost. The beat of the song might sound good, but it has very little depth. Crank the volume up on your MP3 player and you’ll hear a bit more depth, albeit at the expense of your hearing and not nearly in its entirety.
Max Sound Corp. is a cutting-edge audio technology company that has developed and has begun to market its proprietary high-definition audio technology specifically designed to fix this problem.
The technology determines and analyzes what content is missing from the compressed audio signal and restores lost harmonics and natural fields – this maximizes the output of any device without increasing the original file size of the music. Even better than that, the technology can be applied to any audio source, without the need for expensive software or hardware.
MAXD’s high definition audio solution, available in a downloadable app, isn’t limited to music –it can be used to enhance movies, games, television, audio books, and more.
Through its Liquid Spins subsidiary, MAXD has licenses from all major record labels with a music library of more than 2 million songs and growing. Utilizing strategic industry partnerships, MAXD is finalizing retailer agreements to launch Liquid Spins music download cards and white label music stores to some of largest and most successful retailers and big box stores.
The company’s goal is to eliminate lost quality and provide crisp, high-definition audio. MAXD believes that once consumers hear how much of the music they’re actually missing, popularity of technology will experience explosive growth, resulting in numerous revenue generating avenues.
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