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Miles Davis "Kind of Blue" and "Sketches of Spain" remixed to ATMOS

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Right, some natural room reverb added perhaps; but that would hardly qualify for a stunning audition would it?
in the article humprof mentioned David Rideau said that they tried to match the atmos to equal the same spatial dimensions as the studio that Miles recorded it in in New York in 1959.

Now that's one way to really utilize 7.1.4 speakers, to make it sound like those speakers are emittiting the sound of the exact cubic footage of the recording studio!