Apple Music has launched a new set of DJ mixes created in partnership with Dolby Atmos. Users will be able to listen to these new mixes in Spatial Audio. The iPhone maker’s Spatial audio is designed to deliver surround sound and 3D audio through headphones, offering what Apple calls “a truly immersive audio experience with multidimensional sound and clarity.” The company will be rolling out new Spatial Audio mixes every month.
Apple Music Launches New DJ Mixes In Spatial Audio
If you want to listen to one of the newly launched DJ Mixes in Spatial Audio, it is just a click away. The first Spatial Audio mix is created by techno DJ Jeff Mills, entitled “Outer to Inner Atmosphere: The Escape Velocity Mix. According to Mills”. The recording was conceptualized and designed to stimulate the listeners’ three dimensional senses and sensations using the subject and idea of breaking Earth’s gravitational pull and leaving the planet.
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Apple is also relaunching the “One Mix” series, which features audio mixes from top-tier DJs and music producers around the world. In addition to the One Mix launch, the service is also debuting 15 Boiler Room mixes, which feature live recordings from nightclubs, festivals, and raves around the world. These audio mixes have been composed in Dolby Atmos for the first time. We can expect the company to release more audio mixes across the rest of the year.
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For the unaware, Spatial Audio listening is enabled by default when using AirPods and Beats headphones with a W1 or H1 chip, or built-in speakers on newer iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices. However, Apple says you can also use Spatial Audio with any headphones that support Dolby Atmos with the “Always On” setting.
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