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Audible Reality Introduces 3D Audio, a New Way to Listen to Music

The new music app, Audible Reality, available for Android and iOS, lets you listen to music like never before. The app is all about new experiences you get to chose for your music. 

Using what Audible Reality calls 3D audio, listeners can apply unique sonically remixed filters, called “vibes,” to their favorite songs.

Using their preferred music streaming service through the Audible Reality Player, listeners can explore the different types of “vibes” offered according to their mood and environment. When layered over music, vibes create a customizable music experience for the listener.

Additionally, the app includes a smart feature that creates personalized vibes according to the listener’s choices and likings.

Another special feature included with Audio Reality Pro plug-in, allows artists to create vibes for fans to purchase. This way, listeners can get a feel of the different takes artists have on their music.

Grammy-winning artist/producer Teddy Riley has already created a vibe for his new single, “Dance 4 Glory” feat. V.Bozeman, Donel, J.SOL, Nezi Momodu. The vibe captures an enhanced version of the song for fans to experience.

“Imagine you’re on the beach listening to music with your eyes closed. And you’re so far into a dream, you come to find out you’re just in your living room on your La-Z-Boy experiencing Audible Reality!,” said Riley.

Artists already part of Audible Reality Pro include Semisonic, an early active user of the technology, led by Grammy-winning songwriter/producer Dan Wilson, DJ Battlecat, Grammy-nominated BONES UK, Big Freedia, Low Cut Connie, Lenka, The Stone Foxes, Ryan Cabrera and Lauren Jenkins.

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Samantha Aguilar

Samantha Aguilar is a Broadcasting Journalism student at California State University, Fullerton. Born and raised in the Bay Area, she moved to Southern California to begin her career as a reporter and anchor in hard news. Her love for music has led to her interest in both entertainment and American and Latin American pop culture. Having worked with Al Día, CSUF's Spanish newscast, has encouraged her to pursue a career in Spanish. Her favorite pass time is catching the sunset at the beach and hiking trails.

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