Apple's new spatial music is about to change the way we listen to and interact with music. Apple has been working on this project for years, and now it's finally available for everyone! Apple says that "spatial" will be the future of listening to music. It not only changes how we hear what’s going on in a song but also allows us to explore, see where different instruments are coming from, and more. Apple teamed up with Zane Lowe who helped them create original content- exclusive playlists that can only be played using their new spatial audio technology!
Apple says that Apple Music subscribers will also be able to experience the spatial audio on Apple TV, which they say is a huge advantage for people who love listening to music in their living room.
Apple's new Spatial Music: The Future of Music
The new spatial music is Apple's biggest step towards the future of music. This new Apple product is designed to take up computer music into a whole other level and make it more immersive, personalized an emotional than ever before.
Spatial allows for a three dimensional sound experience that gives listeners an immersive soundscape while still being able to focus their attention on specific auditory details. Apple is the first company to release music in this format on iTunes- and it could change how we consume music forever. The Spatial is a digital format for composing and distributing spatial soundtracks of any kind that will be available on Apple Music, iTunes and other streaming services.
How does the Spatial music works?
Spatial sound is a technique that uses speakers and sounds to create an immersive experience for the listener. Spatial music can be used in many different ways, such as theater performances or museum exhibits. Spatial design plays with your senses by attempting to mix what you see with what you hear, heightening both experiences simultaneously. In order for Spatial Music to work it needs a special speaker system which consists of multiple speakers arranged around the room at specific angles The listener should take up residence in one spot so they are not surprised when audio comes from all directions rather than just straight ahead.
Spatial Design: spatial design is defined as designing objects and spaces where people interact directly with their surroundings through more input channels (sight, hearing).
Zane Lowe interview with Apple music
For Zane Lowe, Apple Music has been a chance to return to the music industry in an all-encompassing way. In his new role as Senior Vice President of Beats Programming (and occasional on-air DJ), he's responsible for shaping what listeners hear across more than 100 stations and playlists from around the world; overseeing programming at both Beats One — which broadcasts live 24/hours every day—as well as other channels like 'The Mixtape', 'Pop Power 30' or simply 'Beats Mix'. Zane also gets called up by artists themselves who want him fronting their first ever interview with a major streaming service.
When Apple announced their new spatial music format, they said that it would be a blast for all of the music lovers out there. And while we can't wait to see what this means for artists and listeners alike, I think most people are wondering if it will also change how they use iTunes. Will you still need to download songs? What about albums - is your collection going to get lost in space or just have "spatial" versions of its tracks? There's no way to know right now, but we'll keep an eye on it because when something changes with iTunes, we're usually not far behind!