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Rondo360: Dysonics' Spatial Audio Post-Production Toolkit for 360 Media

Rondo360 is Dysonics’ toolkit for spatial audio post-production, supporting multiple workflows including multichannel, Ambisonics, and Dysonics’ own native 360 Motion-Tracked Binaural (MTB) format. Rondo360 works with all input formats—live or prerecorded—from traditional or sound field microphones, and exports to a wide array of formats depending on desired content distribution. Rondo360 integrates seamlessly with all DAWs by adding a final layer onto the creator’s existing workflow, and it comes bundled with a suite of custom mastering tools (Mixer, Compressor, Limiter, and Reverb) that work on multichannel sound field content. With support for RondoMotion, Dysonics' wireless head-tracking device, creators can monitor their 360 mixes in real-time. Rondo360 also provides an intuitive audio/video sync and export functionality along with live broadcasting support.

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