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Sonarworks seeks perfect sound for all devices

Sonarworks seeks perfect sound for all devices

Sonarworks seeks perfect sound for all devices

Czech audio software developer Sonarworks has announced that it has completed a €5m Series A round of financing, following earlier investment of €1.3m. This, the company states, will allow it to pursue its mission of delivering accurate sound on any device. The financing is co-led by Karma Ventures in Estonia and Practica Capital in Lithuania, with participation from Turkish Revo Capital, Estonian SuperAngel, and ProksCapital and Imprimatur in Latvia. Sonarworks has gained popularity in the pro sector in recent years with its Reference DAW plug-in that brings calibrated audio playback to correct room acoustics or headphone response. The latest funding is part of the company’s plans to expand further into the consumer market.

‘This is another milestone for Sonarworks. With the new investors onboard, we are now heading in the right direction toward delivering the ultimate sound experience on any device, commented Helmuts Bems, Sonarworks co-founder and CEO. ‘We are now working with companies in music streaming, headphones, smartphones and the automotive sector. Having our team closer to these customers will enable us to deliver even better integration capability.’

Sonarworks has a database of more than 10,000 measured sound devices and a set of AI-based technologies to map individual hearing and sound preferences. By combining digital adjustment of the sound device and individual hearing, the company is aiming to deliver a personalised sound experience for every individual on every device.

‘The market opportunity for Sonarworks is to have its technology in use by over 1 billion devices globally; the new financing enables the company to execute on that strategy,’ commented Donatas Keras from Practica. ‘Practica is thrilled to partner with Sonarworks in their next chapter. Ultimately, this will enable music lovers, movie fans and gaming enthusiasts to have a significantly richer and more fulfilling sound experience.’

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