Mixing & Mastering Dolby Atmos Music. Here’s What You Should Know.
Dolby Atmos and Spatial Audio tech offers an entirely new listening experience for music fans. Here’s what you should know about the format and the impact it can have on your music.
In the past, new music tech was locked behind proprietary formats like DVD-A and SACD. It made listening to new music tech a chore, since these formats barely lasted the decade which they were introduced. Dolby Atmos has become ubiquitous among the music industry, not least of all thanks to Apple Music support. Many artists and IP owners are rushing to get their music mixed and remastered in this new format.
Dolby Atmos music boosts listener engagement and can help refresh or revitalize an older catalog. It’s also satisfying to listen to for audiophiles because you can hear the difference between instrument clarity and separation in the mix.
Dolby Atmos music provides an immersive music listening experience that is supported by online music streaming platforms like Apple Music, Tidal, and Amazon. Listeners can experience Dolby Atmos music on their headphones, smart speakers, and surround sound systems.
Check out the full article on Digital Music News HERE.