The Cinema Audio Society (CAS) caught wind of what Rhumba (the partnership formed between Dubway Studios and Murmur Music) is doing with Dolby Atmos, and CAS member Matt Foglia interviewed our chief engineer Nathaniel Reichman along with two other mixers:
. . . WHILE RESEARCHING for this article, I also found an unusual use of Dolby Atmos. Nathaniel Reichman is a New York-based re-recording mixer with a client who was looking to create an audio-only sonic experience for a specific demographic. The caveat? The user would be listening, primarily, on headphones. Given this request, Reichman felt the immersive nature of binaural would provide the most engaging result . . .
Read on, beginning at page 50... http://cinemaaudiosociety.org/cas-quarterly/
The Cinema Audio Society was formed in 1964 for the purpose of sharing information with Sound Professionals in the Motion Picture and Television Industry. It is a philanthropic, non-profit organization that holds educational meetings throughout the year on topics of interest to those in the sound and film industry, and also publishes the CAS Quarterly, and The CAS Membership and Industry Directory.