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About Us

Auphonic develops intelligent audio algorithms using a combination of machine learning, music information retrieval and signal processing to create automatic audio post production software for broadcasters, podcasts, radio shows, movies, audio books, lecture recordings, screencasts and more.

Users just upload their recorded audio and Auphonic will do the rest: neither complicated parameter settings nor audio expert knowledge is necessary and our algorithms keep learning and adapting to new data every day!
Listen to some Audio Examples, see Articles/Podcasts about Auphonic and read our Blog to get an impression of our systems!

We are always open for new projects and collaborations – contact us if you want to work with us!

Our Partners

Podlove Initiative

Podlove is an initiative to improve the overall technical infrastructure for podcasting by pushing new software solutions and open formats.
Auphonic is part of the Podlove ecosystem, other projects are the Podlove Publisher for WordPress, Podigee web audio player and hosting, the Subscribe podcasting conference, Ultraschall podacst DAW, Studio Link peer2peer audio recording, the fyyd podcast search engine and more.
The initiator of Podlove, Tim Pritlove, is a full-time podcaster based in Germany and has been an Auphonic user since the very beginning. He has been hugely influential to our service by giving constant and invaluable feedback.

Bayerischer Rundfunk (Bavarian Broadcasting, BR)

Bayerischer Rundfunk (Bavarian Broadcasting, BR) is a public-service radio and television broadcaster based in Munich, and a member of the ARD consortium of public broadcasters in Germany.
We are working with the brnext development team to process the audio for the Bayern2 app: a mixture of podcasting and radio with a recommendation-based infinite radio stream. Special thanks to Marcus Schuler and Daniel B├╝chele for the great collaboration!

Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics (IEM)

The Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics (IEM) is a multidisciplinary research center within the Graz University of Music and Performing Arts. Research activities are concentrated mainly on digital signal processing, audio engineering and psychoacoustics, e.g. projects in analysis and syntheses of sound and loudness perception.
The IEM supports our research in signal processing and music information retrieval, many thanks to Dr. Alois Sontacchi for his time and valuable inputs.

Dept. Social Learning at CIS TU Graz

The Abteilung Vernetztes Lernen (Department of Social Learning), at the Graz University of Technology, conducts research in the areas of E-Learning, Computer Supported Collaborative Work, Social Learning, Podcasts and Open Content amongst others.
They are recording lectures at the TU Graz and building knowledge in optimizing post production workflows, which will be further enhanced in the collaboration with Auphonic.