It’s been a couple of months since Apple introduced Lossless quality and Spatial Audio technology to Apple Music. At the time of the announcement, Giles Martin talked about this feature and likened it to a “quantum leap in technology.”
Giles Martin, son of Beatles’s producer Sir George Martin, has sat down for an interview with Rolling Stone talked about Apple Music’s Spatial Audio feature. Martin, who is responsible for the Dolby Atmos mixes of the two albums, explains why Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band doesn’t “sound quite right” in Dolby Atmos while Abbey Road does.
Now, to Rolling Stone, Giles Martins explain why Abbey Road sounds so good with Spatial Audio while the same doesn’t happen with Sgt. Pepper’s.
In the interview, Giles Martin says the album lacks “a bit of bass and a little bit of weight behind it,” which also happens with some albums labeled with Dolby Atmos in Apple Music, including ones from Ariana Grande.
The producer then explains how’s the process of mixing songs to Dolby Atmos:
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