Thanks for your report about the ATMOS and electronic music experience. There is probably more to discuss and I would like to follow up with you about the ATMOS recording kit and so on. At the very least, I’d like to learn more about the feasibility of going beyond the 5.1/7.1 mixing tools that I’m currently using to remix from HD digital transfers made from the original multi-tracks.Larry, I purchased your record in sq back in the seventies one of my favs.
Last year I had Andrew Poulain the WW director of DOLBY CINEMA PRODUCTS in my lab in Miami and was playing for him a bunch of quad and 5.1 fusion and prog rock upmixed in dts neural-x, I was pitching to him the fact that THE MOOG is the ideal instrument to take flight and do sonic pirouettes in the room via Dolby Atmos remixes. I did not have Synergy on hand but went through all the blu ray Emerson Lake and Palmer Moog solos, Andrew really got into it (manually moving the imaginary Moog pans with his hand in the air) and SUPER-AGREED, ATMOS was meant for playing the MOOG. SYNERGY and Camel Lunar Sea could be the greatest Atmos Music releases of all time. There are tools that will capture and objectivize the individual instruments even from a quad mix, they can split it into many sound objects. Dolby will help separate the virtual voicings into discrete objects that then can be moved about the room. Go for it LF! Dolby will foot the bill.
These remixes are now being made by UMC and others, IT'S THE FUTURE If you would like for Dolby to supply you with ATMOS recording kit or assistance I believe Synergy in Atmos would be a top charter again! If you need a contact at Dolby my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
CAMEL LUNAR SEA would be great but the entire Synergy would totally knock ATMOS off the park!
Sorry that it took a few weeks to reply to your post. I’ve been tied up with electronic music history research at EMEAPP.org and participating/hosting elements of the Moogseum (Moog Museum) opening ceremonies last week in North Carolina. Electronic music is a natural for the creative use of a surround environment.
What do you suggest as a next step with Dolby?
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