Studio setup, three-part system, speaker layout, beds, objects, I/O configuration, sound field
Binaural translation, 3D panning, parameters, zones, frame rate, target curve, loudness
Renderer windows, routing, metadata, downmixes, working ITB, mastering & production suites
Mix room structure, optimization, studio on-boarding, monitor control, interfaces, A & B chains
Transition from stereo, music panner plug-in, automation, DAMF export, tools in development
Mixing in Atmos #1
Dolby Atmos Intro
Join us at Capitol Studios for our debut series on Dolby Atmos! Set in the impressive room of Studio C, this instalment serves as the first episode of our 'Mixing in Atmos' collection.
Dolby Music expert Ceri Thomas introduces the cutting-edge technology, then gives a comprehensive walkthrough of its components, applications, and workflow. He explains hardware and software requirements for various setups, demonstrates how to configure an Atmos session in Pro Tools, discusses best practice, and so much more.
Thomas is clear and concise in sharing his knowledge, but pay close attention if you're new to the format – there is a wealth of detailed information presented about this fascinating step forward in audio!
Subtitles in anglais, espagnol, français, portugais
About Dolby Atmos
Dolby Atmos is a surround sound technology developed by Dolby Laboratories. It expands on existing surround sound systems by adding height channels, allowing sounds to be interpreted as three-dimensional objects. Following the release of Atmos for the cinema market, a variety of consumer technologies have been released under the Atmos brand, using in-ceiling and up-firing speakers.