Creative Commons Soundfield Ambisonics Library

Rode recently released a free (Creative Commons Attribution 4.0) sound library comprising ambisonics recordings from all around the world. The attribution thing might make it a non-starter for a lot of commercial projects, but it could be a useful resource for student projects or for people learning about ambisonics or wanting to have a play … Read more Creative Commons Soundfield Ambisonics Library

Netflix and Dolby Atmos

Avid released Pro Tools 2019.10 the other day which includes the Dolby Audio Bridge which makes it even more capable for producing Dolby Atmos mixes. Along with this release Netflix have updated their recommendation for Dolby Atmos mixes, including that while there are minimum requirements for mixes, Dolby Certification is not required for Home Atmos … Read more Netflix and Dolby Atmos

Ambisonics In Pro Tools Videos

A while back the Pro Tools Expert website posted up an article about setting up for mixing ambisonics for 360 video in Pro Tools which included four short tutorial videos. It is useful to help people get started with this sort of thing. Check out the article and videos at: https://www.pro-tools-expert.com/home-page/2018/8/16/want-to-learn-how-to-get-started-ambisonics-in-pro-tools-ultimate-we-have-4-avid-tutorials-to-help-you-with-vr-immersive-mixing

Mixing TV to Loudness Specs Video

At NAB 2019 TV Re-recording Mixer Scott Weber delivered a session about his experiences mixing TV shows to loudness specifications for different networks. He has some interesting experience and discusses adjusting acts or sections to meet specs, and ultimately, that it is best to mix as close to the spec as possible to avoid downstream … Read more Mixing TV to Loudness Specs Video