media & press releases


Listen to a Podcast 'Ruhe im Kopf - Kopf voran' by SRF (Swiss National Radio & TV) on active noise control (it's in Swiss German though)


Another earbud analysis with Digitec Galaxus: Welcher True-Wireless-Kopfhörer hat den besten Transparency Mode? (Written in German)


Apple’s Airpods Pro make cutting onions sound like shooting pistols - another take on the earbuds on


Read a case study by Rohde & Schwarz on how and why we use their equipment


Talk on psychoacoustics during a virtual creative mornings session, see YouTube


Global online acoustic installation by Hannah Weinberger, fueled by Rocket Fuel


ANC headphone benchmarking which we did together with Digitec Galaxus, read the article in German: 7 ANC-Kopfhörer im Test: Welcher hat das beste Noise Cancelling?


Co-Publication of AES Technical Committee on Acoustics and Sound Reinforcement Technical Document for Understanding And Managing Sound Exposure And Noise Pollution At Outdoor Events


Coverage of our active noise control proof-of-concept for coffee machines by Analog Devices – see the video from CES 2020 in Las Vegas


Digitec Galaxus picking up on our story on Apple AirPod psychoacoustics – see the coverage in German or read the original post


Swiss national TV SRF visited us as part of a series on active noise cancelling headphone tests – see the coverage in Swiss German


German band Rammstein adopts latest Swiss audio technology in recording studio – read our press release


Report in Tageswoche on low frequency 'virtual sound curtains' at the Basel OpenAir


Bericht zu technischen Massnahmen zur Lärmreduktion an der Langstrasse in Zürich sowie der Schlussbericht Strategie-Schwerpunkt Nachtleben (in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Sicherheitsdepartement der Stadt Zürich).

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And if you think we have too little PR, apologies. We were busy building stuff.

Our promise

We turn complex scientific
challenges into novel
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create added value.

Shaping sound

The concept of eliminating noise & vibrations with its negative equivalent goes as far back as June 1933, when Paul Lueg filed his patent on “silencing sound oscillations”. Yet active noise control has never found widespread application until recently. Read our case studies to learn how you can use the technology.

Using sound

Sound is stronger than light and carries an abundance of information. To date many factories and robots still are deaf. We are here to provide them with ears and use the information to understand and interact effectively.

Our work

Read about our projects in real-time signal processing in our success stories.

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