Immersive Audio Podcast – Episode 1 Henrik Oppermann
08 Feb 2018

Immersive Audio Podcast – Episode 1 Henrik Oppermann

08 Feb 2018


In this episode we are joined in studio by one of the leading 3D sound specialists, Henrik Oppermann. Henrik is the founder of Schallgeber and former Head of Sound at Visualise and has worked on over 40 virtual reality projects, capturing binaural audio in a number of challenging environments. He has over 10 years’ experience of recording audio on location for film, advertising, music industry clients and 3D sound installations. An expert in his field, Henrik has developed hardware and software audio applications for VR collaboration with leading sound partners, to deliver the best possible immersive sound.

We discuss higher order ambisonics, the importance of being involved in a project from the early stages and the ins and outs of recording in unusual locations. We ask how and where immersive audio will be used in the future and discuss the mass adoption of VR.


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Linkedin Profile:

Twitter Profile:


Doctors without Borders / MSF – Forced From Home Project:

Blue Ripple Sound Plugins:

Two Big Ears:

Reaper Sofware:

Eigenmike Microphone:

Ossic Headphones:

Dolby Atmos:

Facebook Spatial Workstation:

Facebook Group:


Sennheiser Ambeo VR Microphone:

Apple ARkit:

Dublin in the Dark Project:

Samsung Gear VR:



Since the recording if this podcast there have been a number of updates in the mentioned software, for example Avid released an update for Pro Tools HD 12.8.2 which now supports a high channel count.

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