Commenting on the company’s collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies, Max Sound Corporation CEO John Blaisure recently said, “Working with Qualcomm Technologies has opened doors to big companies in this space whose attention we wouldn’t normally get… We’ve become engaged with over a dozen companies that can see the value of having MAX•D audio technology in their devices.”
It’s not hard to understand why Max Sound Corporation’s MAX•D technology is receiving more attention than ever before. Like the introduction of the CD in the music industry in the 1980s, or the implementation of HD video in the entertainment industry in the 2000s, MAX•D is one of the latest examples of what tech gurus call a “disruptive technology”—one that changes the way people do or experience things using a cutting-edge application. In this case, the audio innovation is taking the way everyone listens to audio to new levels of perfection—and making that experience available across multiple platforms. As Max Sound Corporation puts it, “it’s simply better.”
In the form of a 128kbps MP3 file, MAX•D HD Audio restores compressed audio to high definition. It’s small so it doesn’t take up much room, and it boasts usability on multiple applications: TV, Music, Movies, Audiobooks, Video Games, Communication — virtually anything with a processor and RAM.
With its enhancement abilities, users feel as if they’re listening to content that’s directly from the studio, talking with a person over the phone as if he or she’s in the same room, or integrating themselves into a movie experience that’s “true-to-life”. The app’s advanced algorithms ensure continual delivery of a high-quality audio experience that’ll enhance the enjoyment of any digital forum for which it’s utilized.
The inventor of MAX•D HD Audio, Lloyd Trammell was recognized by his peers at Electronic Musician Magazine as one of the top four audio engineers and sound-designers in the world. Mr. Trammell’s previous innovations, the Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) and one of the first-working surround-sound processors in the 1980s, brought great value to their users in the musical instrument sector and other private sectors. He regards MAX•D HD Audio as his crowning achievement.
As a 20-year veteran in strategic planning and building public awareness of communication technologies from the ground up, Mr. Blaisure has been a tremendous asset in steering company efforts for taking the technology into new markets. Prior to his role at Max Sound Corporation, he was Founder, President, and CEO of Effective Network Systems, a telephony software company which was noted to be in top 40 telephony software companies in the world in its debut at the Intel Technology Summit. He was also the founder of the FONZ By the Day Stores, a cellular communication reseller and retailer based out of Dallas, TX. During his time in that role, the stores emerged as a market leader in the competitive Fort Worth retail scene.
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