“We’re bringing the conceptuaize feature to the web, with an online audio frequency display for users to track the audio frequencies of their favorite movies, TV shows, music and podcasts,” said Steve Mathers, vice president of product development at Conceptuaize.
“We’ve found that a lot of people are still unaware of the power of this feature, and are searching for ways to make it even easier to listen to audio without a need to download or sync their music.”
The new technology also lets consumers monitor audio frequencies in real time, with users able to set up alerts on their smartphone and iPad when they hear music or podcasts.
Users can view audio frequency information on a user’s iPhone or iPad, and also use Conceptuaise’s app to monitor audio frequency frequencies in their home.
Conceptuaizer users can also access their own audio frequency charts and listen to them as they drive home.
Consultation on the conceptuize audio frequencies feature was held in-house at Conceptuize’s offices in San Francisco, and the company is currently working on a prototype of the product.
Conceptuify is also working with several audiophiles to create the conceptusize app, which is expected to launch soon.