New Audio Technology has released Spatial Sound Card - Pro Version 2.5, adding a new set of features. This new version runs on macOS Catalina and is ready for Big Sur as well.
Discrete in- and output metering per channel as well as for the master enhances the overview essentially. The user can instantly spot any available input signal and its level.
Besides a helpful boost for low input signals, an opacity adjustment allows the user to adjust the look of the controls on the graphical interface. The interface descriptions can now be switched to 17 different languages.
Another new and useful function is an individual 7.1 input routing which the user can save and recall. 7.1 works with different channel formats like L, R, C, or L, C, R, etc. Thus, players as well as content media can deliver the channel order differently, e.g. the center channel from behind.
The list of headphone compensations was extended by some well-known manufacturers. This feature of the Spatial Sound Card does not eliminate the sonic colorization of a headphone completely, but it balances the transmitted frequency range. The basic sonic character of every headphone should be preserved because that's what the user decided for. The user should simply hear a balanced reproduction of bass, mids, and treble with the sonic character of the headphones they love.
The upgrade is available now for free for every license owner.