I don't think Ceri is the person to vent to. She is with Dolby, which has no power to determine what Tidal makes available on their music service. You need to find someone at Tidal to vent to.Subscribed to the seminar. I hope to be able to get in my two cents with Cheri about TIDAL'S discriminatory practices against including Prog Rock- Fusion classics in TIDAL, this was the original Musicians Music of the 20th century. One way or another I will get through to her-.
In the Court of the Crimson King@CINERAMAX Are you aware of prog titles mixed in Atmos that aren't on Tidal? If not, I'd agree with Eric - it's up to the labels to mix what they mix and then get it to Tidal. Tidal accepts anything and everything, especially through the Avid play distro service. That's the way all of the independent stuff is able to get on there. I'd say it's all shockingly inclusionary. ....if you have access to an Atmos capable DAW
I do question why the Gren Penny Elton John stuff has been missing for some reason. Seems like Elton is the perfect artist to bridge the gap between young and old, hip and prog, etc.
I thought I had registered, but I didnt receive any notification or email. How was it? Is there any way to watch it now?
Join us tomorrow, May 12, at 7 a.m. and 12 p.m. PDT for the "What's new with Dolby Atmos music" webinar, where we will discuss the latest updates to the Dolby Atmos music ecosystem.
Register now to hear from Dolby's Ceri Thomas about:
• Dolby Atmos music in the car
• TIDAL on the go and at home
• Dolby Atmos studios worldwide
This session is the first of a four-part live webinar series that will cover studio setup techniques, Dolby Atmos music production, and mastering.
I'm totally unfamiliar with the work of St. Vincent, but after listening to this seven-minute interview on NPR, I think I'll cue up some of her work on Qobuz.St. Vincent Daddy’s Home. To my knowledge, new on Tidal. Nice mix, not as rock as I’d like, but pleasant to have on fairly low in the background as I lazy into Saturday. Will have to listen again with more focus, could be interesting.
Her uncle, jazz guitarist Tuck Andress of “Tuck and Patti” fame, is no musical slouch either.I'm totally unfamiliar with the work of St. Vincent, but after listening to this seven-minute interview on NPR, I think I'll cue up some of her work on Qobuz.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with musician Annie Clark about her new '70s-inspired album as St. Vincent, called Daddy's Home.www.npr.org
St. Vincent NPR interview
Thanks for that, I almost ordered! Lol.
Wow! There's loads of cool artists in there that I've not seen/heard yet...View attachment 67261
Spring and Summer 2020-- Continue to mix more Dolby Atmos titles for Universal Music Group. Some of the artist I've had the pleasure to mix in this amazing new format are, The Band, Imagine Dragons, Fallout Boy, The Killers, Steve Miller Band, Smokey Robinson, Camper Van Beethoven, James Bay, Luke Bryan, Thomas Rhett, Brett Young, Jon Pardi, Billy Currington, Darius Rucker, Florida Georgia Line, Sugarland and so many more!!
Summer-Fall 2019-Winter 2020-- Ive had the pleasure of mixing hundreds of old classic songs for the new Dolby Atmos format for Universal Music Group. Listening to music this way has transformed the listening experience completely! Stereo now sounds like mono!! Some of the artist I've remixed are: Supertramp, Blondie, Ariana Grande, Billy Idol, Pat Benatar, Sam Smith, John Mellencamp, Tears For Fears, Weezer, Lana Del Ray, Snow Patrol, Smashing Pumpkins, Rob Zombie, Rush, The Band, Steve Miller Band, Glen Campbell, Avicii, Lionel Ritchie, The Killers, Creedance Clearwater Revival, Lorde, Sheryl Crow, Gloria Gaynor, Red Rider, Luke Bryan, Toby Keith and many more.