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Sound Lounge Upgrades Dolby Atmos Mixing 

Posted on: Friday 31st of December 2021

After their initial Dolby installation in 2018, Sound Lounge – a Manhattan-based audio post-production facility, providing services for TV and radio commercials, feature films, television series, digital campaigns, gaming and other emerging media –  has updated its main Film+Television Dept. mix stage with a brand new Dolby Atmos renderer as part of a three system upgrade. Multiple configuration possibilities will offer streamlined workflow and larger capacity for future projects. 

“As an artist, using Atmos gives more flexibility and provides a more immersive experience than traditional 5.1 or stereo mixes. On the technical side, it’s one mix that will render specifically for each viewer’s playback environment. This provides a richer, more authentic experience for each viewer.” says Steve ‘Major’ Giammaria, Supervising Sound Editor/Re-Recording Mixer at Sound Lounge. “We are committed to providing our clients with the tools they need to tell their stories in the latest immersive formats.”

Sound Lounge has used its upgraded Atmos resources to mix and author television shows, commercials, and other content, including season two of the hit children’s series Helpsters on Apple TV+. Dolby Atmos continues to position itself as the leader among immersive formats with all the major streamers adopting it as their standard for premium content.

“We’re excited to see how clients continue to embrace the new Dolby Atmos system,” says Giammaria. “The opportunities are endless.”

 

 



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