You Can Take It With You

Brandon, Alexander
November 2006
Mix;Nov2006, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p70
The article discusses the challenge of the presence of several formats for mobile audio. The Interactive Audio Special Interest Group has established a Mobile Audio Working Group to help tackle the format problem, with representation from companies such as Dolby, QSound and Philips. The group has the twin goals of: studying methods of interactive composition on mobile devices and publishing suggestions and guidelines for production techniques.


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