When you think of Dolby Atmos, usually what comes to mind is immersive audio files for the big screen. Using audio to create a sense of depth, and making specific scenes leap off the screen and into your ears. While Atmos is very much a tool to help film and TV come to life, audio engineers have taken to using Dolby Atmos for mixing music.
Now that more mixers are moving inside the box, we’re going to focus on a mix-bus plug-in setup that will give you excellent results. Since plug-ins now model the behavior of analog equipment, a good starting point would be to set up a mix bus the way you would work in a studio with a […]