Aussie company Acoustic3D believes it has the perfect technology to deliver the solution to ‘sound quality’ raised by Neil Young last week at the D:Dive Into Media conference. Young proposed that fans stage a grassroots movement to demand higher-quality audio. “Occupy audio!” he urged.

So what’s the solution? “New hardware capable of delivering more quality from the data present in original recordings,” said Joe Hayes, Acoustic3D CEO. Acoustic3D unlocks the holographic information previously locked up in audio recordings by using a reverse method to unpack the original acoustic spatial sound fields.

Acoustic3D technology could solve Neil’s problem.

“MP3 sound great through our speakers” says Joe and he would love Neil to hear one of our systems.

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