Archive for the ‘Surround’ Category
Has the consumer electronics market ever been more fast-moving than it is now? At CES in January, there were a number of new home cinema systems were previewed. Now, they’re beginning to reach the shops, and so, without further ado, here are short videos promoting two of the higher-end products now on offer:
The BeoLab 14 [...]
Gizmodo’s Chris Mills is one of the lucky few to have spent time in the 4K Atmos cinema that has pride of place at Dolby’s London office in Soho Square, and, as he tells us in his review, the experience left him seriously impressed.
As many of you will know, Atmos is an object-based multi-channel [...]
It has been just over a year since the launch of its object-based Atmos system, and Dolby is delighted with the take-up; 23 professional mix stages around the world, including Pinewood Studios, Skywalker Sound, Post Republic in Germany, Disney, Fox, Warner Bros. and Park Road Post in New Zealand, 100 cinema installations, and around 40 [...]
By the end of this, you’re going to love Jeremy Kipnis for his ambition and commitment to his consuming passion for film and music, or be so consumed with envy yourself that you’ll never want to see or hear his name again. For Jeremy has let his childhood fantasies run wild and built a state-of-the-art [...]
Deconstructionist is a new EP by Dan Barrett (who, confusingly, performs as Giles Corey, and is pictured above) that contains three tracks, each of which is around 30 minutes long, and all of which is “aimed specifically at inducing a trance state, transporting you to an altered state of consciousness”, writes Phil Cameron in Wired.