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WGUC Engineers Put Neural Surround System to Work

WGUC Engineers Put Neural Surround System to Work

Non-commercial WGUC(FM) in Cincinnati has experimented with surround sound technologies, as Radio World has reported before. Now the station has aired a previously recorded and produced performance of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra using Neural Audio technology.
Neural Audio made the announcement. It said WGUC VP of Engineering Don Danko, after testing the NeuStar 5225 2-Dimensional DownMixer and Spatial Environment Engine rendering system, said the performance of the Neural product “met or exceeded all of our criteria.”
“When Neural secures receivers in the market, they will have a compelling surround solution for both traditional FM broadcasting and HD Radio broadcasting,” Neural quotes Danko as saying.
WGUC is broadcasting an HD Radio signal.