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Upgrading a sound studio to Dolby Atmos can seem like a daunting task. There are several challenges that need to be addressed, such as the need for extra speakers, specialized software, and trained personnel. However, once these obstacles are overcome, the advantages of a Dolby Atmos setup can greatly enhance the listener’s experience.
One solution is to start with a limited number of overhead speakers which can gradually be increased as the studio becomes more familiar and comfortable with the new technology. Specialized software is also necessary to design the speaker layout, mix, and master audio for the new sound system. Finally, training personnel is critical, as Dolby Atmos has its own unique language and workflow.
Despite the challenges, upgrading to Dolby Atmos can future-proof your sound studio, providing higher quality audio experiences for years to come.