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Dolby Atmos is the name of a surround sound technology announced by Dolby Laboratories in April 2012 and supports up to 128 discrete audio tracks and up to 64 unique speaker feeds

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Dolby Atmos in Laptops? [closed]

i was wondering WHAT THE DOLBY ATMOS CERTIFICATION ON MODERN LAPTOPS ACTUALLY MEANS. Can those devices create actual dolby atmos sound, from above etc (via the common tricks of course) or is it just ...
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Difference between AC3 and EC3?

Hi I was studying the concepts of the structure of AC3, it is described as an object-oriented audio codec, is it right to define it as such and why? What is the difference in wave compression compared ...
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What's does a typical workflow for a "Netflix series" or so look like?

I'm creating a quote to work on the sound postproduction for a series for Netflix. This is a Drama/Thriller 14 episode series, 45 mins each, with very few to none short action scenes, and I was ...
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Can rear height speakers be added in parallel?

I have a 7.2 channel Dolby Atmos receiver designed for 5.1.2. Would it be preferable in addition to the front height speakers, to add rear height speakers wired in parallel? In other words, this ...
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Best Microphones for Recording Atmospheres

Hi, I'm looking to buy some microphones to record some outdoor atmospheres (traffic, park, outdoor crowd, etc.). I have experience recording indoor sounds like vocals and foley but no outdoor ...
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Dolby Atmos and the World of Sound Design.

Ok, I think I'm going out on a limb here and creating a huge debate. But this topic deserves to be debated. For those of you who haven't heard or investigated Dolby's new Atmos system, please see ...
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Dolby Atmos announced

Interesting concept, but is it a system for Hollywood blockbusters and 3D films or a system that most cinema owners will see as a "must have" to keep or hopefully even gain visitors? http://vimeo.com/...
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Atmos recording: MS vs. AB vs. XY vs. ORTF

This may be a bit of a beginner's question, but I moved to NYC from australia and left my second Oktava cardioid behind. I need to record some ambiences for a film, and I was wondering what you ...
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