Posts Tagged ‘Dolby’
As well as being tantalising and a wee bit scary, this trailer for Gareth Edwards’ remake of Godzilla, which hits our screens this Summer, also boasts some ace, atmospheric sound design. Roll on 15 May … especially as it’s going to sound awesome in Dolby Atmos.
For the past 12 years, Dolby has played a key role in the Academy Awards ceremony. In this blog post, we get a an idea of what happens behind the scenes, from Director of Content Services Steve Venezia. In the infographic shown below, we learn how they help a global TV audience of 1 billion […]
Patrick von Sychowski (left), a self-confessed Celluloid Junkie, was over in Barcelona for the Mobile World Congress last week, the lucky chap. Amongst other things, he was looking into Dolby’s ambitions for Atmos beyond the cinema auditorium. With the ongoing development of Dolby’s imaging division and last week’s announcement of the acquisition of digital cinema […]
Following swiftly on from its BAFTA success last weekend and one week ahead of ‘the big one’, the Academy Awards ceremony at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, Gravity was again a big award winner at the 50th annual Cinema Audio Society Awards on Saturday, this time for best sound mixing in the feature film category. […]
Greg Russell – Mixing in Dolby Atmos from SoundWorks Collection on Vimeo. Thanks to the work of Glenn Freemantle on Gravity, Dolby’s new multi-speaker, object-based cinema surround system is becoming more familiar to audiences, even if it only available in a very select number of screens at the moment. In this Soundworks Collection video, re-recording […]