Max Sound’s proprietary MAX-D audio process creates high definition (HD) audio from a compressed audio source such as MP3s, without increasing file size or format. A bit of digging into the company’s technology, partnerships, and management further illustrate the company’s potential.
This revolutionary MAX-D process restores harmonics and dynamic range generally lost in compression and brings HD sound to digital media. Audio is played with extra dimension, depth, and detail, providing a crisp, clear, and powerful listening experience. MAX-D is applicable for music, movies, games, books, television, and more.
Key business partnerships demonstrate Max Sound’s strengthening position in the marketplace. The company’s partners include Qualcomm, InComm, Universal Studios, Capital Records, Sony Music, The Orchard, Curb Records, Warner Music Group, and Red Music. Through its partnership with Qualcomm, MAX-D HD is integrated on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chip, making the technology available on any smartphone, computer, or wireless device.
The brain behind the HD technology is MAX-D inventor Lloyd Trammell, who was voted by his peers as one of the world’s Top 4 audio engineers and sound designers. MAX Sound’s initiatives are further guided by company CEO John Blaisure, who has more than 20 years of experience in planning and marketing communication technologies from idea to inception.
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