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Focusrite RedNet chosen for Mexico-based Cinematic Media

Propelled by Netflix’s deep dive into Mexico’s media-content industry, Cinematic Media’s new post-production facility, part of GGM Estudios and located just north of Mexico City, is poised to contribute to the growth of Spanish-language prestige content. When completed by the end of 2019, the facility will house eight Dolby Atmos …

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Mixing for a rapidly growing Dolby Atmos world

Tom Marks CAS, Los Angeles-based mixer for film, TV and music, offers his thoughts… — With the rising trend of streaming platforms that provide instant access to millions of media files, viewers and listeners are no longer limited to what they can see or where they can see it. They …

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Read the October issue of AMI online now

The October issue of Audio Media International is now available to read online. In this issue, Jerry Ibbotson investigates the world of Audio-over-IP to see how many big players in pro audio are taking advantage of emerging protocols to streamline their workflows. Meanwhile we hear from Orfeas Boteas, CEO of …

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IBC 2019: RTW to demo new Olympics-ready immersive license for TouchMonitor meters

Immersive audio formats are becoming more and more important in professional broadcast, and the 2020 Olympics in Japan will be prepared for broadcasters to transmit immersive audio.  To meet this demand, RTW has developed an immersive audio license, ISA Immersive Sound Analyzer, for its TouchMonitor TM7 and TM9 audio meters …

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Blackbird Studio launches Dolby Atmos music mixing room

Blackbird Studio, Nashville’s premier recording studio complex, held a gala event the evening before the start of Summer NAMM, Wednesday, July 17, 2019, to mark the official launch of the facility’s new Dolby Atmos 9.1.6 reference room (Studio C). On hand were members of the team that made studio owner …

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Reviving a Classic: PMC’s work with Dolby Atmos for Music

PMC Speakers pulled out all the stops at this year’s High End Munich international hi-fi event with its demonstrations of Dolby Atmos for Music. The company’s demo room welcomed a record number of visitors as people flocked to hear tracks from Miles Davis’ iconic 1959 jazz album Kind of Blue …

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Read the July | August issue of AMI online now

The July | August edition of Audio Media International is now available to read online. In this issue, we find out how the Mortal Kombat 11 sound design teams wiped the slate clean to come up with a completely fresh audio experience, and one of the most cinematic video game …

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EXCLUSIVE: Behind the sound design of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2

Colby Ramsey finds out how the sound team for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 pulled out all the stops to create a truly immersive audio experience for 2019’s biggest online RPG shooter… — A familiar spin on its predecessor’s icy setting, The Division 2 play out on the streets of …

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Jumbuck embraces immersive audio with help from White Mark

Acoustic design consultancy White Mark has helped London-based audio post production house Jumbuck embrace the latest in immersive audio formats by transforming its main studio into a fully Dolby Atmos capable facility. Established in 2001, the company is headed by Glenn Calder, Richard Davey and Anne Pamphilon. Jumbuck works across …

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PMC demos Dolby Atmos music at High End Munich

UK loudspeaker manufacturer PMC was the toast of this year’s High End Munich international hi-fi event with its Dolby Atmos music demos. The company remixed tracks from Miles Davis’ 1959 jazz album Kind of Blue and his 1960 Sketches of Spain in Dolby Atmos. PMC was given special permission by …

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