Jerry Mahabub, founder of GenAudio and inventor of AstoundSound 3D-audio technology, talks about his research in brain imaging and perception as a teenager and how that research led to AstoundSound, how the algorithm works with 2-channel and surround systems, his new recording studio where the soundtrack for benefit short-film We Are the World 25 for Haiti was mixed and encoded with AstoundSound, answers to chat-room questions, and more.
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Jerry Mahabub is the Chairman, President, and CEO of GenAudio, which he founded in 2003. GenAudio has developed AstoundSound, a 4D sound-localization technology for integration within professional, prosumer, and consumer software and hardware applications.
Mahabub has over 22 years experience in research and development and 15 years in business development and technology-license negotiations. He has developed and commercialized some of the world’s most sophisticated technologies for over 270 companies worldwide, including Boeing, Jet Propulsion Laboratories, US Naval Warfare Center and the US Army.