Dolby Atmos is a fully-immersive 3D acoustic experience. Morrisound’s 7.1.4 system is calibrated to the incredibly exacting Dolby standards and allows you to hear your music with shocking dimensional accuracy.
Whether you’re making a new album or modernizing your previous stereo recordings, Morrisound’s unique approach to Atmos mixing will transport your music to a whole new realm.
Your fans are consuming Atmos across numerous streaming platforms on their phones, headphones, laptops, soundbars, home theaters, and cinemas. Contact us today to mix your music in Dolby Atmos.
Dolby Atmos FAQ
If you have the original multitrack sessions/recordings then yes! We can remix your material in this exciting new surround format. If you don’t have the original sessions or only have a stereo file, we may be able to enhance your recording but we will be limited in available options. We can also work from stems if you have those.
If you have any questions about whether you have the necessary files to get your music mixed in Atmos please reach out via this contact form.
Typically not. Morrisound’s recording practices encompass the numerous possibilities and formats that exist for your music’s final product. However, you may want to put some thought into your musical arrangement. Since Atmos allows for sound all around you and overhead, the possibilities are endless for extra melodies, instrument movement, and fully immersive effects!
If you have any questions or concerns about your project, contact your engineer before your session and they’ll work with you on a plan before recording.
Numerous streaming services are now providing Atmos mixes to Atmos-enabled hardware such as headphones, soundbars, and receivers. First, verify that your music streaming provider offers music delivery in the Dolby Atmos format. Next, check your music listening hardware for Dolby Atmos support. Then follow their respective instructions for streaming Dolby Atmos mixes to your listening device of choice.
Absolutely! Dolby Atmos is constantly increasing in popularity and availability. Most streaming platforms of music, television, and movies now support the Dolby Atmos format and new hardware support is added every day. The incredible technology behind Atmos allows immersive playback on as few as 2 speakers or over 200. Music platforms want your music in Atmos, people want to listen to your music in Atmos, we think it’s best to give them what they want!
We think it’s a great idea! Not only can you reimagine your music like never before, but it’s a great way to breathe new life into previous material. Show your fans a different side of the music they love and put them in the front row to your creative journey.