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Sonosfans Uses DPA Mics to Create Stadium Crowd Sounds During Professional Sports Broadcasts Posted: 31/03/2021
Sonosfans Uses DPA Mics to Create Stadium Crowd Sounds During Professional Sports Broadcasts

As with many things over the past year, the world of sports saw significant disruption to its regular routine. From halted or delayed seasons to little or no live audiences at the arenas, sporting events around the world had to operate differently. With no ambient sounds to enhance the broadcasts, television networks also had to find alternative ways to replicate the at-home viewers’ experience. In response, Fred Vogler launched Sonosfans, an immersive sports crowd performance system. The sound library was created using recordings captured with DPA Microphones’ 4091 Omni Condenser Mic, 4560 Binaural Mic and MMA-A Digital Audio Interface.

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