All files delivered to our clients are performed to the highest level of excellence and performed to the strict guidelines put in place by Dolby. Such guidelines ensure that quality control is in place and the industry as a whole has as standard that is consistently met. These standards include.....
- -18 lufs integrated max loudness
- Timecode of 24 fps
- 24bit PMC 48kHz
All Dolby Atmos mixes/masters are delivered back to the client in a variety of different formats. These formats include everything you need to distribute your music in Dolby Atmos.
ADM File (Dolby Atmos Distribution Master)
This file is your Dolby Atmos distribution file. The ADM file is typically used by Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon Music and Avid Play to playback your music in Dolby Atmos to the consumer. The ADM file can also be used to import the data into your DAW and playback each object and bed correctly.
Binaural File (Dolby Atmos Stereo Binaural Reference)
This file can be used to play back a simulated Dolby Atmos experience in binaural. The binaural experience is a good way to preview the mix or master in stereo headphones or on stereo speakers.
Stereo Master (Stereo Distribution Master)
If you have ordered stereo mastering with your Dolby Atmos service you will receive a stereo distribution master. This is your stereo master that plays alongside your Dolby Atmos master. The two files must be perfectly in sync and start and finish at the same time. It is important that when distributing comes Dolby Atmos you upload this stereo master and not a stereo master that is of a different length to the Dolby Atmos ADM.
Re-Renders Folder (On Request)
This folder contains all the re-renders files you will ever need. Re-renders are direct renders from the Dolby Atmos mastering suite that will playback different fold down for varying speaker arrays.