Dolby Atmos support for Apple Music: DJ Mixes announced!

Dolby Atmos Developed together with Apple’s Spatial Sound, with headphones surround and 3D sound designed to provide this technology is, as Apple says, with multi-dimensional sound and clarity. an immersive listening experience it keeps it alive.

Company, spatial sound continues its output for its content with new DJ sets and collaborations. Today, Apple Music, which can be streamed on Apple Music for the first time, Spatial Audioannounced the effectiveness of DJ mixing in.


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Apple Music will add new mixes every month

DJ and producer from Detroit Jeff MillsTask ‘Outer to inner atmosphere: The Escape Velocity Mix‘ with a special one-hour mix. It’s also the showcase of the world’s top DJs and producers, Apple Music. A mixture restarts the series. Many of the tracks in this mix are played by Mills’ longtime record label. axis recordsIt comes from. The company also says that new blends will be added every month from now on.

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Global Head of Dance and Electronic Music, Apple Music Stephen Campbell in its opinion on the subject, “The response to spatial audio from subscribers and developers alike has been incredible, and we’re excited to expand on this audio innovation.” said and added:

It’s an honor that Jeff Mills created our first One Mix for Spatial Sound. A true techno pioneer, he takes the concept to a higher level than we could have imagined with Outer to Inner Atmosphere: The Escape Velocity Mix.

Along with the return of One Mix, Apple Music is also introducing a new “”” in Spatial Audio.boiler room‘ also shared the live recording set. That 15 mixesaround the world in nightclubs and at festivals seen. Apple’s focus on DJ mixes is seen as a new way to compensate artists whose music is included in lengthy mixes.

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