Archive for July, 2019

True-Fi Software Recovers Hi Notes for Senior Ears.

July 15th, 2019

Music played through Euphonia headsets is altered by Sonarworks – True Fi software. The sound alteration results in hearing music closer to what the sound engineers and artists intended.

We know that hearing loss is directly correlated to dementia. We also know that hearing loss makes it difficult to hear hi notes when listening to music, conversations with your loved ones or engaging in social activities. The True-fi software enables these hi notes to be heard and enjoyed.

The True-fi software is a critically important feature in our Euphonia Project because we want to use the highest quality sound so seniors with impairments such as hearing loss, dementia, Parkinson’s, depression are given an opportunity to increase the potential for recovering memories and having post music conversations with loved ones and caregivers.

Below is review of the True-fi softwareread the full review here

Review – Sonarworks True-fi Software.

 Guido Gabriele March 23, .

Choosing a headphone can be overwhelming. There are innumerable shapes, sizes, and sound signatures, at prices ranging from pocket change to a small fortune — how can we know what headphones are truly “good?” Reviewers (us included) can only provide subjective impressions, and searching for objective measurements of sound signature and quality can be a fool’s errand — measurements often differ between even the most experienced reviewers, and even the most expensive measurement equipment is prone to user error and variations in test conditions. Manufacturers promise that their headphones sound like “what the artist intended,” but that too is nearly impossible — most audio equipment colors the sound being played in some way; we cannot know what equipment the artist used during recording, and the artist cannot know what equipment we’re using to listen. In this mess of audio anxiety, a Latvian audio technology company Sonarworks is taking a new approach with its True-Fi software.

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