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A Revolution in Music and Audio Recording

ZYLIA ZM-1 Microphone

Poznan, Poland: The language of music is fascinating and being a musician is all about playing, expressing and sharing your passion with the world. When it comes to capturing the moment of inspiration nothing has really changed the game since the introduction of multi-track recording back in 1950’ies.

For the past three years the team at Zylia has been working hard on developing what is currently being referred to by the industry as a revolution in music recording.

The ZYLIA ZM-1 let’s you record multiple instruments simultaneously and then intelligently separates each individual instrument from the full audio mix – while preserving the natural acoustic colour of the individual instrument tracks.

For musicians this means unrestricted creativity and introduces a whole new live, multi-track recording experience where e.g. a full band can be recorded with only one microphone. Something no other product has been capable of achieving up until this point.

  • Summer NAMM Show 2017 in Nashville, Best in Show, “Companies to watch” category
  • “ZYLIA offers a much simpler approach for recording multiple musicians.”, Paul White, Editor In Chief, Sound On Sound
  • “The tracks sound very good and the stereo image is excellent.”, James Ivey, Pro Tools Expert

About Zylia: Zylia company was founded in 2012 and is determined to develop innovative world-class technologies and products capable of improving the lives of musicians and audio creatives. Today, the Zylia team consists of more than 20+ dedicated and passionate team players with a great combination of expertise in audio research, software, business and product development.

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