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Watch the trailer to see how one artist pushes the boundaries with Dolby Atmos.
Dolby Atmos® is changing the way music is heard, blowing away stereo with music that moves, soundscapes that electrify, and artists making music like you've never heard before.
Music has been stuck in stereo for decades. But that's all changing with sounds that are free to move throughout the room.
Music clarity has been hampered by the compression of sound necessary for delivery over only two channels. Dolby Atmos lets artists separate sound and add openness for details and nuances that energize the music.
When artists get to mix in Dolby Atmos, they unlock a dimension of music creation that's completely new. They are creating music with depth and texture not possible before.
Artists and Dolby engineers worked together to bring electrifying sound to audiences at the famous London nightclub.
Sound on Sound
Dolby has been leading the development of surround-sound systems for four decades, but over the last year or so they have been piloting an intriguing surround system in a famous UK nightclub.
Dolby has recently extended into clubs, starting with the iconic Ministry of Sound in London.
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Contributor Carly Wilford experiences the Dolby Atmos sound system at Ministry of Sound.
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Dolby has teamed up with Ministry of Sound to bring the Dolby Atmos sound format to a music environment. Could this be the future of clubbing?
3D "object based" cinema audio tech finds a surprising new home at a world-famous club.
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A 60-speaker, 22-channel system will bring "an unparalleled music experience" to the main room of the long-running London nightclub.
For most clubs, sound quality is an afterthought. But not here. We take you behind the scenes.
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Dolby is getting into music, and it's doing it with one of the biggest names in dance music.
An amazing sound system has the potential to engage people in a totally immersive way; a terrible one can completely kill a vibe.
"As a longtime listener of electronic music, and music in general, I've always felt a specific piece of the potential listening experience was missing," writes Peter Rubinstein.
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Since nightclubs are all about the music experience, it's surprising that more time has not been spent on evolving the fundamentals of sound.
DEEP HOUSE AMSTERDAM
From the cinema to the nightclub, the way we hear music at our favorite venues may be about to change forever.
The San Francisco-based audio giant has found a home for its club-ready Dolby Atmos system, one of dance music's most iconic institutions.
Kerri Chandler, London Elektricity, and Sub Focus are among those to have played on it.
Ministry of Sound teams up with Dolby and Yousef's Circus Recordings to launch the biggest innovation in nightclub sound for a generation.
Ministry of Sound in Elephant and Castle is the first nightclub in the world to be kitted out with Dolby Atmos sound system.
Dolby Laboratories, most widely known for their work in cinema surround sound, are entering the world of nightclub sound.
Dolby Atmos sound is being planned for use in clubs. Imagine the movie theatre sound experience inside a nightclub.
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