Posts Tagged ‘Dolby’
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 [...]
To much acclaim, and a respectable 7.5 rating on IMDB, Danny Boyle’s new film Trance was released in the UK on 27 March, in both Dolby Atmos and 7.1 surround.
In the film, James McAvoy plays an art auctioneer who helps a gang of thieves to steal a Goya masterpiece. As they are about to make [...]
With ‘Brave’, almost a year ago now, Dolby launched its new object-based multi-channel cinema audio system, Dolby Atmos. Then, later on in the year, came ‘The Hobbit’.
‘Brave’ and ‘The Hobbit’ weren’t the only Atmos releases in 2012, and there are plenty more to come in 2013, too. Next up, it’s ‘Oz The Great And [...]
Dolby’s much talked-about object-based Atmos surround format was first introduced late in 2012, with the release of ‘Brave’. More recently, this new, more immersive cinema audio experience has been enjoyed by an even wider audience with the release of the first of Peter Jackson’s ‘Hobbit’ trilogy,
In this piece, on the Designing Sound website, [...]
‘The Hobbit’ has its premiere tomorrow (Wednesday, 28 November) at the Embassy Theatre in Wellington, New Zealand (pictured), but the production team at Wingnut Films and Park Road Post were working right up until yesterday putting finishing touches to the film, especially to the colour grade and the Dolby Atmos audio mix.
Here, Wing Nut [...]