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High Fidelity creates an audio space that mirrors real life

Move fluidly from group chats to one-on-one conversations, and back again, all in a single shared space–just as you would in person.


Let's connect and reconnect

Let's gather with family, listen to live music, celebrate together, and attend festivals, classrooms, happy hours, and anything else you can dream up.
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Your customizable audio canvas for up to 150 people

Warm, low-latency 3D audio

No download required

Runs on nearly everything

Create your own background

That was the first time any of the music from the new album was listened to in any type of group setting. It hasn't been possible these days. So that was very special to all gather up close and listen together.
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Rob Garza (Thievery Corp) San Francisco, CA
As a bar owner, it’s hard to recreate the social environment people are used to, online. This has done a great job of making you feel reconnected with your social circles in that way again.
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Doug Dalton San Francisco, CA
We've thrown two parties with 100 of our friends who are scattered around the world. Can't wait to host our next one! Everyone loves it.
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Adam & Jo San Francisco, CA
It allows you to break off into smaller groups and socialize more intimately with different people at different times, much like you would at a party! The stereophonic sound definitely enhances the experience."
Anjan Mitra
Anjan M. San Francisco, CA

We have been so excited to work with High Fidelity to support our college partners across the country. Students are loving connecting in our social events and are blown away by the High Fidelity experience. With High Fidelity we are delivering exactly what students today are craving: authentic opportunities to connect and engage with their peers and the institutions they’re attending.

Vanessa Didyk (ZeeMee) San Francisco, CA

We loved it. One of our members said that this was the first time he’d actually enjoyed an online social experience. It was great being able to wander between conversations, without one person talking to everyone else all the time.

Richard Swan (London City Voices) London, UK