“A new standard: recording sound the way we hear it with Hooke”
(Novel concept, right?)
Technological advances in photo and video have enabled us to record our lives vividly through filters and advances in image processing. What about sound?
Mobile phones cannot record stereo audio. Currently we are recording our experiences in mono, when we actually experience them in stereo. Poor quality audio means that only half of the story is being told.
It’s time to enable our smartphones to record audio like we actually hear it.
Hooke Audio brings professional audio recording technologies to any mobile device. It is both a hardware and a software solution.
Hooke Audio enables consumers to bring their stories to life with 3D Audio on their social media videos, podcasts, and music recordings.
Hooke Audio has also been referred to as ‘the GoPro for sound.’ Having presented at Midem, NAMM, SXSW, Northside, CES, Taiwan Beats, NYVR Expo and various VR meet-ups as the audio thought leaders in the VR and 3D audio space since 2014. Hooke Audio has been featured in Fast Company, Digital Trends, Wired, Tech Crunch, Recording Magazine, Pro Sound Magazine and Gizmodo.
Founded by Anthony Mattana who started his career in sound as a theatrical sound designer and composer. Cited by Live Design Magazine as “Young Designer to Watch,” Mattana is a professional at telling stories through audio in both large and small-scale productions. At the tender age of 25, determined to bring the professional audio tools he had access to in the theatre to smartphones, he invented Hooke Audio, a recording platform designed to change the way we record the world.
National Federation For The Blind