Soho's first Atmos-equipped mixing stage at De Lane Lea

The London post house's stage one was equipped with the technology following a three-week installation process.
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De Lane Lea studios announced today that it has installed Dolby Atmos in its largest mixing stage, becoming the first facility in central London to offer the surround sound technology.

Stage one at the Soho, London, post-production house (pictured) was equipped with Atmos following a three-week installation process.

Helen Alexander, director of operations and business development at Warner Bros De Lane Lea, comments: “Here at Warner Bros De Lane Lea, we pride ourselves on being able to offer the best possible talent, facilities and equipment in the world of sound post-production.

“To that end, we’re delighted that we are now the home of Soho’s first Dolby Atmos-equipped mixing stage, which is already being enjoyed by our current clients.”



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