Welcome to part 4 of WLPR’s new 8-part series on ATMOS and Spatial Mixing in Logic Pro. For the next few weeks I’ll be sharing my journey into this brave new immersive world 🔊
ATMOS and Spatial Mixing have been native to Logic Pro since version 10.7. And it’s high time for WLPR to finally dive in.
So over the next few weeks I’m going to share my experiences and what I learn to help you grow into this new world of audio.
Also – this series is sponsored by IK Multimedia! IK was kind enough to loan me the awesome iLoud MTM Immersive bundle specifically for this series.
The iLoud Immersive bundle is a bundle of 11 iLoud MTM speakers for immersive mixing, production & playback. And this bundle rocks!
If you’re interested in setting up a system for Spatial Mixing, you should definitely click here to learn more about the iLoud MTM Immersive bundle.
In part 4 of 8, let’s get down to converting a stereo project into Atmos in Logic Pro. Plus, how to future-proof your stereo session, import a stereo bounce for referencing, deal with stereo-specific workflows, and more.
Roger alsop says
Hi Chris, Interesting video. Are you going to do one on mixing mixing in Atmos? Eg doing a mix for multi speaker systems and doing a mix that renders to headphones. . When listening to your example all that seemed to happen was the overall sound moved to the back of my head when listening in Apple earbuds. Also could you do one using only logic stock plugins