In an Apple Newsroom post, Apple Music radio host Zane Lowe explains how Apple’s Spatial Audio works. And he adds that Apple is building immersive music-authoring tools directly into Logic Pro later this year. This means any musician will be able to create and mix their songs in Spatial Audio for Apple Music.
Zane Lowe: ‘it’s going to be a really exciting journey’
“From here it’s going to be a really exciting journey. Eventually there will be new artists who are born into Spatial, just like I was born in stereo,” Zone says. “Artists in the future might never even think about making a stereo record — because all they’ve ever known is Spatial. And making Spatial music is only going to get better. Apple is building immersive music-authoring tools directly into Logic Pro later this year. So any musician will be able to create and mix their songs in Spatial Audio for Apple Music — whether they’re in the studio, at home, or wherever.”
What is Spatial Audio?
On May 17 Apple announced that Apple Music is bringing “industry-leading sound quality” to subscribers with the addition of Spatial Audio with support for Dolby Atmos.
Spatial Audio with support for Dolby Atmos and Lossless Audio will be available to Apple Music subscribers at no additional cost. The company says Spatial Audio gives artists the opportunity to create immersive audio experiences for their fans with true multidimensional sound and clarity.
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