Fourier Audio are a team of software engineers, sound designers, and dreamers, setting out to change the way live audio is processed and delivered. Founded by Henry Harrod, Peter Bridgman and Gareth Owen (CEO, CTO, CCO) Fourier’s mission is to revolutionise live audio, making it more efficient, accessible, and extraordinary for everyone.
Currently, the vast majority of the world’s live audio is processed using bulky, bespoke hardware, toured around the world. This is expensive and inefficient, increasing the cost of live audio for both the engineer and the venue, and the production’s environmental impact. Fourier are bringing the software revolution to live audio: building a hardware-enabled audio software platform that enables engineers to create extraordinary audience experiences for the events of the future, while reducing the environmental impact of brilliant sound.
In October 2023, Fourier announced the transform.engine. Housed in a 2U touring-grade chassis with dual redundant power supplies, the new transform.engine is a Dante-connected server designed to run all VST3-native software plugins in a live environment, bringing premium studio software to live sound and broadcast applications. Fully compatible with any VST3 plugin that can run on Windows, the new device gives engineers and creatives access to the very best studio-grade processing on a robust platform that is specifically designed for the rigors and complexities of live productions.Fourier Audio
New transform.engine brings studio-grade, Dante-connected VST3 plugins to live engineers NEW YORK CITY –...Continue reading
DiGiCo announces the acquisition of UK-based live sound software developer and manufacturer, Fourier Audio.Continue reading