Posts Tagged ‘surround’

Auro 3D: we take a trip to Wilfried’s Galaxy

In this YouTube video by AV Forums, Auro 3D inventor and CEO Wilfried Van Baelen (pictured) takes us on a tour of his Galaxy Studio complex and explains the advantages of the new immersive surround sound format. Wilfried chose music as his path from an early age, and in his teens converted a chicken shed […]

BBC4′s Hinterland mixed in two tongues

With the BBC 4 series Hinterland / Y Gwyll, dubbing mixer Simon Jones of Soundworks in Cardiff (pictured, below) was presented with an interesting problem – how to approach the audio post production for a detective drama shot back-to-back in both Welsh and English? Filmed between November 2012 and April 2013 in the Welsh seaside […]

“I Want Dolby Atmos” website launches

Dolby is urging to get behind its Atmos object-based multi-speaker immersive surround sound system with the launch of the I Want Doby Atmos micro site. If you feel the need to go out and listen to a new release in Atmos and want to know where your nearest suitably-equipped cinema pleasure palace is, type in […]

Surround sound in the rain coming soon

UK members of the Community would probably have welcomed hearing about The Anywhere Umbrella a few weeks ago when the weather was as inclement as we have ever known in this country. But, in fact, this isn’t an umbrella at all, but an elaborate multi-speaker umbrella-shaped portable sound system. It’s still only a concept, and, […]

Dolby’s global role in Oscars TV coverage

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 […]