Dolby pioneered high-quality audio first in the recording studio and at the movies and then in the living room. Dolby Home Theater v4 benefits from decades of experience in areas like noise reduction, speaker optimization, and surround sound. It's a complete solution and improves audio performance whether you choose to listen through your PC's built-in speakers, your favorite pair of headphones, or by connecting your PC to a home theater system.
With the development of compatible AV receivers, the battlefield quickly shifted to the living room. Today, most quality AV receivers support object-based surround sound, and the tech that helped revitalize movie theaters was made available in the home.
To customize virtualizations to your preferences, the SSC provides a lot of adjustable parameters that cover the room reflections of the virtual sound studios and the frequency response curve of whatever headphones you use. Profiles for some well-known headphone models are also included.
For over 15 years, GLM software has worked with our Smart Active Monitors to minimise the unwanted acoustic influences of your room and help your mixes sound great, everywhere. Among other new features, GLM 4.2 introduces the powerful new GRADE report, extending GLM's scope beyond ultra-precise system calibration, to in-depth room and system analysis.
GLM 4.2 calibrates huge immersive monitoring systems, compact systems and ultra-nearfield systems alike. Its new Calibration Group ID and Subwoofer Group ID features further improve the calibration of monitors as symmetric groups and allow multiple subwoofers to work together in highly flexible arrangements. So whether you want to improve your listening experience in an already excellent room, or are working in more challenging, lively sounding spaces, GLM 4.2 is your friend, providing our most advanced and user-friendly system management and scalability to date - from stereo to immersive.
The Download Dolby Atmos feature lets Apple Music users download their favorite music tracks in Spatial Audio quality (if available). This format delivers three-dimensional sound, making it seem like your music is coming from all around you rather than just the left and right stereo channels.
A room can have a big impact on how you hear your music. Walls, furniture, and other objects reflect and absorb sound, creating complex artifacts that change the frequency balance and stereo imaging, and can cause your carefully balanced mix to fall apart in other spaces.
ARC provides useful tools to speed up your workflow, with Peak, RMS, Loudness and dynamic range metering. And a real-time spectrum analyzer shows how your music was interacting with your room before correction, showing you how the room was affecting the sound. 2b1af7f3a8