Sound Tech For Good

2021-12-031 Min read
Sound Tech For Good

January 20th, 2022 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. – event completed

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During the pandemic, the digitization of our lives has grown exponentially. Beyond the importance of music in our lives as a coping mechanism, our attention to sound has vastly increased due to this digitization.

During the last few years, we have seen a collective human commitment to provide unique responses and new experiences to the unforeseen situations created by the pandemic. Collective intelligence, coupled with technology, has demonstrated all its power in the service of a shared common world.

In this context, sound, voice and audio have become a key medium in our relationships: between human beings first, then between humans and their everyday objects, and finally between brands and their customers.

There are concerts broadcast live simultaneously across the globe, social networks based on voice exchanges and voice-controlled objects that reduce physical contact and the spread of disease. New experiments in sound affect every sector, and other new technology, like NFTs for direct remuneration of artists, affect the audio industry as well.

Even though society is still in the midst of so many changes, it is vital to share the best sound experiences and the most beautiful human and technological successes these unprecedented times have created.

So the 2022 Forum on the Power of Sound in Industry showcases the breakthrough technologies that were unimaginable two years ago, the visionaries who are breaking new ground in their industries through sound, audio or voice, and all of the daring way sound tech is being used for the collective good.

The program features:

  • Renown experts from various fields
  • Up-and-coming leaders
  • Several innovative consumer case studies
  • And new valuable technologies such as highly sensitive sound pads

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In media partnership with NRJ Global

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