Immersive audio is a powerful way of presenting live music — and it’s becoming more and more accessible to independent artists.
David Kosten’s first commercial Atmos project was an immersive mix of one of the greatest albums of all time. No pressure...
Four‑time Grammy winner Michael Romanowski is one of very few people offering mastering services for immersive music.
The buzz around immersive visual media is creating plenty of new opportunities for those who record spoken word for a living. But how do these new jobs differ from traditional ones?
The ultimate one‑man band, Brazilian artist Ricardo Bacelar uses layers of drums, percussion, guitars and keyboards to build up dense immersive mixes.
Immersive audio is a massive opportunity — if you’re equipped to take it. Here’s what you’ll need to do to make your studio Atmos‑ready.
Can a legendary engineer create immersive audio mixes without giving up his beloved SSL console? Of course he can!
We show you how to get started in the brave new world of Dolby Atmos, using Logic Pro.
Taking a chance on immersive music has paid off handsomely for producer Stan Kybert, who has reinvented himself as one of the UK’s busiest Atmos mixers.
Leading mix engineer Andy Bradfield shares some of the lessons he’s learned in getting to grips with Dolby Atmos.
We talk to the people who are creating real‑world Atmos content, starting with Canadian super‑producer Greg Wells.
Immersive audio has huge creative potential for music production, but it can be hard to get your head around. Here’s the explanation you’ve been waiting for!
When it comes to making virtual reality convincing, sound has a vital role to play — especially when you’re creating a virtual rock gig!
The challenge: to remix 10 Depeche Mode albums in surround — while recreating the signature sounds created by the band and some of the worlds greatest producers. As Mute Records Head Engineer Kevin Paul explains, it was never going to be easy!
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