Nomono, a spatial audio research firm, hired Peter Cedmer as its Vice President of Product Management. Prior to joining Nomono, Peter served in similar roles at Dirac, and as both Chief Product Officer and Chief Technology Officer at Jays Headphones. He brings extensive experience in the field of connecting signal processing technologies to audio products, with the focus on providing quality sound to end-users.
“To have someone with Peter’s experience join our team at this time is just what we need to help take our research, and build it into compelling tools that will help podcasters, journalists, and other audio content creators tell their stories, while simplifying their workflows,” said Chief Executive Officer, Jonas Rinde, Nomono in a statement. “Many years of research and development have led us to this point, and the whole team is energized to start incorporating our findings into the next generation of audio creation tools.”
“This is an exciting time for spatial audio. We’ve seen major manufacturers make noteworthy progress in bringing immersive, interactive audio playback capabilities right into the mobile devices and headphones we use every day,” said newly hired Vice President of Product Management, Peter Cedmer, Nomono in a statement. “Our mission is to make it easy for audio storytellers to capture and distribute great sounding object-based audio content, while at the same time minimizing bottlenecks on the content creation side.”
Founded in 2019 as a spinoff from SINTEF Digital, Nomono’s goal is to provide storytellers and content creators with audio workflows that are smart, simple and deliver excellent sound, while making it effortless to incorporate object-based spatial audio into their craft. Nomono is headquartered in Trondheim, Norway, with satellite offices in Oslo and New York. For more information, visit https://nomono.co.
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