How Dolby Atmos can make you feel like you’re in the middle of a concert

How Dolby Atmos can make you feel like you’re in the middle of a concert

Dolby Atmos is a new sound system that provides an immersive experience. It can make you feel like you’re in the middle of a concert, and release your emotions with every note. The Dolby Atmos sound system uses speakers to provide 360-degree audio playback, including up into the ceiling for overhead sounds such as crowd noise or raindrops. With this technology, it becomes easier than ever to get lost in your favorite music while still being able to hear all of the other sounds happening around you!

Moreover, with Dolby Cinema—the company’s latest innovation—audiences can watch movies on a curved screen from any angle they choose without missing out on anything. This means that movie lovers will be able to create their own experience so that they are not limited by what is shown on the screen anymore!

DSP surround

What is DSP surround?

For many of us, the home theater has become a place to escape from reality and enjoy ourselves. Surround sound systems are an integral part of this experience, but do they have to be expensive? Dolby Atmos receivers present one of the more flexible DSP-based surround systems. The system offers a cost-effective way for audiophiles to make their homes feel like movie theaters.

The DSP stands for Digital Signal Processor which is the main component of any digital audio device. A sound signal can be analog or digital but in order to process it, it must first be converted into binary code that the computer understands. This conversion process is called digitization and by using a processor known as a Digital Signal Processor (DSP), we can convert our sounds into digital code more quickly than ever before!

DSP based surround systems

How do I choose a DSP processor?

If you are looking to buy a DSP processor, the first thing that you should do is figure out what type of business model and workload your company will have. With so many choices available, it can be difficult to decide which one best suits you.

If you do any type of audio processing, especially if it’s AEC (Ambient Environment Capture) or ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement), then you should be looking at something like the Sonnox Oxford DSP platform. The Sonnox system is one of the most widely used platforms in Hollywood.

This DSP platform is very flexible and works natively on both PC (Windows) and MAC (OS X). They have recently upgraded to 64-bit, so you can work with much larger sessions than before. This platform also supports all of the major plug-in formats (AAX Native, AAX AudioSuite, VST2, Vst3).

Sonnox Oxford DSP is available in an “Oxford Plugins” package that comes with all of the plugins you need to get started. They also have a large range of individual plugins that work well with this DSP platform. I am a huge fan of the Oxford EQ and Dynamics plugins in particular.