As part of the exclusive group to have a certified mixing room, ADRENALINE studios are recognised by Dolby as a facility capable of mixing in Dolby’s pioneering and fully immersive sound format.
As new Dolby Atmos content is released, it is studios like ADRENALINE at the forefront of collaborating with major Hollywood studios and content creators to deliver this revolutionary standard.
Dolby Atmos takes surround sound to the next level with a 3D audio experience. Here’s, roughly, how it works:
Think of it as 4K for your ears. Available in sound-bars, game consoles, TVs, and smaller devices like laptops, phones and headphones, Dolby Atmos is becoming a must-have feature for audiophiles.
But it’s all about the detail. In order to get that realistic sound, the technology uses a 9.1-bed channel (which includes stationary sounds like background sound and music), 128 tracks and up to 118 simultaneous sound objects that creates an immersive sound stage.
A sound object can be anything from the sound of a engine starting or a tennis ball bouncing and has a specific position in a scene. Atmos lets content creators place those sounds in an exact location and set any movement (think of someone running away from you down a hallway) in a 3D space.
Once all that fancy mixing is completed, Atmos can bring theatre-quality audio to your living room - provided you have Dolby Atmos-compatible equipment, such as a pair of headphones, a sound-bar or a home-theatre system with an audio/video receiver.
And the great news is that receivers are becoming less expensive as time goes on. So with the integration of hardware like Apples latest TV module, it has never been easier to experience the powerful, immersive world of Dolby Atmos in your own living room.