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Huawei Music will soon release Audio Vivid-based spatial audio content



Huawei Audio Vivid Spatial Audio

Huawei continues to invent new products and services for its users. In the latest edition, the company has announced that Huawei Music will soon launch new spatial audio content, based on the high-end Audio Vivid AI technology.

Audio Vivid is an intelligent technology that offers immersive audio experiences. The technology emerged from the World Ultra HD Video Industry Alliance (UWA) and the Digital Audio and Video Codec Standard Group.

The technology works as a standard audio coding format for providing hindrance-free sounds. Interestingly, Huawei Music also uproots over the spatial audio zone that operates on the Audio Vivid functions.

Notably, the internal sound framework can easily take the shape of 3D sound technologies. As a result, the user will receive amplified sound waves. Moreover, it is compatible with all devices and can suitably connect with Huawei headsets, smart screens, and other gadgets.

According to the latest information, Huawei Music and Universal Music China will join hands to produce a new spatial audio content version. Besides, both cooperations will use extremely effective Audio Vivid technology.

Although there isn’t much information about the upcoming spatial audio version. Perhaps, Huawei could introduce this ultimate product to its smart cockpit solutions to deliver a rich and excellent experience to its users.

Huawei Audio Vivid Spatial Audio

Huawei Music and Spatial Audio

Huawei Music and Universal Music China came together in July 2021 and signed a trademark agreement. Thereafter, Huawei brought the support of Universal Music and its productive music library on its Music application.

Furthermore, the Chinese tech maker continued to benefit its users with the Universal Music facilities. In September 2022, the company synched the respective music libraries to the Huawei Music Spatial Audio Zone.

This synchronization also included hit songs, popular genres, and more. Now, both cooperations are planning to build one more version of spatial audio based on the Audio Vivid technology. It would be worth seeing what this new version will offer to its users.


Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.