EDIT [the BBC iPlayer content is only available to those residing in the UK]
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Just saw this:-
At 3:43 on the left hand screen, sure looks like Cubendo (probably Nuendo…!?).
This is the BBC’s R & D dept (Chris Pike, senior scientist) experimenting with a new 360 degree audio production method specifically for VR applications, played back via stereo signals (for headphones/earbuds). Dynamic Binaural Sound.
At 3:45 is their main application (bespoke.?), seen on the centre monitor. But, thought I’d share this anyway, as I love spotting my fave DAW (ok, Cubase) out there, at work, in the real world…!