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Dolby Atmos

Recording

Missed Opportunity Returns to Rob Burrell

Early in his career, Grammy-winning mix engineer Rob Burrell had to choose between making records and making movies. Now, having recently outfitted his Nashville home studio with a 11.1.4 Dolby Atmos mix environment, he’s taking on documentaries and Netflix...

Live

Dolby Atmos Moves into Live Sound

By Steve Harvey. Immersive audio is already available in cinemas and homes. Live sound is increasingly exploring ways to bring that element to the concert world with artists like Meek Mill and Santana. The live sound team at Dolby...

Business

Broadcasters Prep for Live Immersive Content

The ability to provide immersive audio is quickly moving from being an option in many fields to a necessity. Whether being applied to broadcast content, cinema, or live and concert sound, the various formats—as well as the facilities and...

Live

Venue Installation Trends Converge

By Steve Harvey. The audio needs of nightclubs, theaters and houses of worship might appear to be different, yet, like other pro audio applications, they are increasingly converging onto technology platforms that are becoming common across the industry.

Recording

Henszey Sound Gets Immersed in Immersive

By Steve Harvey. As momentum builds behind immersive music releases, Dave Henszey has opened Henszey Sound, a recording and mixing facility overlooking Universal City in Los Angeles that is fully outfitted for Dolby Atmos and stereo work.

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