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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...

Music Production

Thinking Big with A Bad Think

Michael Marquart’s latest album as A Bad Think, The Saviour, had a production think-tank behind the scenes: co-producer/engineer Dave Way; co-producer/studio owner Marquart; and mix engineer Bob Clearmountain, who mixed the album in both stereo and 5.1 surround.

Live

NYC’s ArTecHouse Gets Immersive Underground

By Clive Young. ArTecHouse, a new permanent digital art installation space, opened in September at New York City’s Chelsea Market, where its careening, AI-fueled visuals are emboldened by a sizable 30.1 immersive audio system.

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.

Recording

Capturing Concerts for VR

By Alvin Fernald. Supersphere, an entertainment production company that specializes in immersive and interactive live broadcast events, recently teamed up with mobile production specialist TNDV to create the Audiophile Series, a set of live concerts presented in VR with...

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