Working In Immersive Audio With The Auro 3D Format In Music Recording & Production

10-05-2014 08:54 AM

Are you interested in working in immersive audio? Are you starting or already work in immersive audio in either Auro 3D or Dolby Atmos then this series of videos on working in immersive audio in the Auro 3D format will be of interest.
Video 1 - Music Recording & Production

In this first video Mike Thornton experiences listening to music in the Auro 3D format for the first time and explores recording and mixing techniques with Patrick Lemmen, who is resident engineer at Galaxy Studios in Belgium, the home of Auro 3D.
You may not be aware of it but there is a small but growing collection of music being recorded and produced in the Auro 3D format in a range of genres.
Future Videos In This Series

In subsequent videos in this series recorded at Galaxy Studios in Belgium, the home of Auro Technologies we will be looking at how the format works in a cinema context, how to use the new reverb tools from TC and Exponential Audio to handle reverb natively in Auro 3D, how to use the Auro Tools to manipulate the sound in the Auro 3D sound stage and a discussion of some of the issues of the main two formats in immersive audio - Dolby Atmos and Auro 3D from Auro Technologies’ perspective.
An Interview With Wilfried Van Baelen

If you haven’t heard it already then Mike sat down with the creator of the Auro 3D format Wilfried Van Baelen recently and over just short of 2 hours we discussed how he came into sound as a performer first, then a producer, how he built his first studio in an unused chicken coup, how he came to build Galaxy Studios, his discovery of height which led him to develop the Auro 3D format and the David and Goliath relationship Auro has with Dolby.