Pre-production planning
  • Consultation and Project Assessment: Understanding the project's scope, narrative goals, and technical requirements.
  • Resource Allocation: Determining the necessary equipment, software, and human resources (sound designers, mixers, engineers).
  • Timeline and Budget Planning: Establishing a realistic timeline and budget for the audio post-production phase.
Sound Design and Editing
  • Recording and Gathering Audio Materials: Capturing original sounds, dialogues, and ambient noises; sourcing music and sound effects.
  • Sound Editing: Refining and editing the audio tracks for clarity, consistency, and narrative impact.
  • Spatial Audio Design: Utilizing Dolby Atmos to create a three-dimensional sound field, placing sounds in specific locations within a scene.
Mixing in Dolby Atmos
  • Atmos Mixing Setup: Configuring the mixing studio with Dolby Atmos tools and ensuring compatibility with the delivery format.
  • Mixing Sessions: Balancing and blending dialogue, music, and sound effects in a multi-dimensional sound space.
  • Creative Use of Atmos Technology: Exploring creative possibilities offered by Dolby Atmos, like moving sounds dynamically through the 3D space.
Quality Control and Revisions
  • Initial Playback and Review: Testing the mix in an Atmos-equipped environment to evaluate the spatial audio effects.
  • Revisions: Making necessary adjustments based on feedback from directors, producers, or test audiences.
Encoding and Delivery
  • Dolby Atmos Encoding: Encoding the final mix into the Dolby Atmos format suitable for various platforms (cinema, streaming, home theater).
  • Quality Assurance: Ensuring the encoded audio meets Dolby’s standards and performs consistently across different playback systems.
  • Delivery: Providing the final Dolby Atmos track to the client or distributor in the required format.
Post-Delivery Support
  • Technical Support: Assisting in any technical issues that may arise during the distribution or playback of the audio.
  • Updates or Adjustments: Offering services for any potential updates or adjustments needed after initial release.
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W A Mozart KV417 Horn Concerto No 2 in E flat major II Andante - Mixed at Oslo Studios
Pre-Production Planning
  • Assessment of the Piece and Venue: Understanding the characteristics of the classical piece and selecting an appropriate recording venue (like a concert hall) that complements its acoustics.
  • Microphone Placement Strategy: Designing a microphone setup that captures the depth and breadth of the orchestra or ensemble, considering the Dolby Atmos surround sound requirements.
  • Dolby Atmos Configuration Planning: Planning the Dolby Atmos mix, considering how to best utilize the 3D audio space to enhance the listener's experience.
Recording Phase
  • Multi-Track Recording: Capturing each section of the orchestra (strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion) with multi-track recording for detailed mixing control.
  • Ambient Sound Capture: Recording room ambience and reverberation, which are crucial for a realistic sound in classical music.
Initial Mixing
  • Balancing Tracks: Adjusting levels and balancing the different sections of the orchestra to achieve a harmonious sound.
  • Editing: Cleaning up the tracks, removing any unwanted noise, and ensuring seamless transitions between movements or pieces.
Dolby Atmos Mixing
  • Spatial Placement: Strategically placing different elements of the orchestra within the Dolby Atmos 3D sound field to create a realistic and immersive listening experience.
  • Use of Height Channels: Exploiting the height channels in Dolby Atmos to add vertical dimensionality, enhancing the sense of being in a real concert hall.
  • Creative Atmos Effects: If appropriate, using Atmos capabilities to creatively enhance certain aspects of the performance (e.g., highlighting a soloist or emphasizing a particular section).
Quality Control and Revisions
  • Critical Listening Sessions: Conducting extensive listening sessions in a Dolby Atmos equipped room for quality control.
  • Feedback and Revisions: Making adjustments based on feedback from the conductor, musicians, or audio engineers specialized in classical music.
Finalization and Delivery
  • Dolby Atmos Encoding: Encoding the final mix in the Dolby Atmos format, ensuring compatibility with various playback systems.
  • Final Quality Checks: Conducting final checks to ensure the recording meets the highest standards for classical music and Dolby Atmos playback.
Post-Delivery Support
  • Technical Support: Providing support for any playback or technical issues that may arise.
  • Documentation and Guides: Offering guidance on how to best experience the recording in different Dolby Atmos environments.
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