Dolby Laboratories has launched Dolby Atmos, which is an educational program for members of The Indian Performing Right Society Limited (IPRS). The program will provide members the opportunity to attend Dolby Atmos Music Webinar Series covering technology and workflows, Dolby Atmos Tutorial Series, Dolby Institute Masterclass and a free trial to Dolby Atmos Production Suite and other activities.
Pankaj Kedia, Managing Director Emerging Markets for Dolby Laboratories, said Dolby Atmos is a new experience for creators and music enthusiasts. He said it presents an array of new possibilities for creators to experiment and express themselves with their recordings. Through this program, we are providing music creators and publishers in India the opportunity to discover and learn more about how Dolby Atmos is redefining, how music is created and experience, Kedia explained.
IPRS Chairman, Javed Akhtar said they are looking forward to partner with Dolby to offer its members the opportunity to learn more about Dolby Atmos Music. He highlighted that Dolby’s education program will inspire and create opportunities for the music community in India to create spectacular and amazing experiences for their music. With the rapidly changing music landscape, Rakesh Nigam CEO of IPRS believes it is crucial for music creators to keep abreast of new developments and technological advancements. He said IPRS is elated to join hands with Dolby Laboratories as a part of IPRS 2.0 initiative, premediated to add value and empower members. With the collaboration we intend to upskill our members with this breakthrough proficiency in audio creation and provide vital knowledge on adopting it to create remarkable experiences for their listeners, Nigam said.
Dolby Atmos gives music more space and the freedom to unleash every detail and emotion as the artist intended. Through innovative research and engineering, Dolby Laboratories create breakthrough experiences for billions of people worldwide through a collaborative ecosystem spanning artists, businesses and consumers.