Sonarworks, the company behind precision audio software used by Grammy-Award-winning engineers recording top artists like Lady Gaga, Madonna, Rihanna, Adele and Kanye West, has announced its partnership with SUBPAC, the industry-leading tactile audio company that brings reference-quality low frequency monitoring solutions to audio production.
As industry experts, both Sonarworks and SUBPAC have continually pushed the boundaries in music production individually by creating the ultimate and most advanced studio-grade solutions for music creators.
Repeated requests from the companies’ shared user base and broader industry demand, have brought Sonarworks and SUBPAC together with one common goal – to help creators produce studio-accurate compositions that sound and feel amazing.
“We’re excited that the upcoming SUBPAC C1 will natively support SoundID Reference when it’s released later this year,” said Martins Popelis, Co-Founder of Sonarworks. “SUBPAC users will be able to export their Sonarworks’ SoundID Reference room and headphone calibration filters to the C1 hardware and calibrate any audio source passing through SUBPAC, creating synergy to in-studio or on the go creators.”
With this partnership, Sonarworks and SUBPAC are committed to redefining where and how music is made by the creator community. Its upgraded recording solution will reinforce the confidence music creators have when creating their music and delivering the exact sound they want across all mediums.
“We’re thrilled to be collaborating with Sonarworks to create the industry’s most powerful and accurate studio monitoring solution to date,” said Sean Leonard, Executive Vice President of SUBPAC. “The SUBPAC has become a critical part of how contemporary music is created by allowing users to precisely feel the bass frequencies in their tracks, giving them full confidence in how they will translate across all systems, from headphones, to car systems, to large scale festival rigs. Our upcoming new control interface, the SUBPAC C1, will leverage the industry-leading SHARC® floating-point DSP processor which is perfect for handling the complex processing required by Sonarworks SoundID Reference room and headphone calibration filters.”
Creators can look forward to using both audio solutions later this year.