Dolby Laboratories, a leader in immersive entertainment experiences, is embarking on a new journey to bring Dolby Atmos Music to India.
To mark this announcement, Grammy and Academy Award winner AR Rahman, in his debut as Producer-Writer of the film ’99 Songs’, directed by debutant VishweshKrishnamoorthy, announced that tracks from the film have been mastered in Dolby Atmos.
The film with 15 music tracks, will release in three languages including Hindi, Tamil & Telugu. ’99 Songs’ will also introduce to Bollywood a fresh new face, Ehan Bhat.
Rahman said in a statement, “Dolby Atmos expands the
creative palette for artists and creators. With this, people can truly experience instruments and vocals in isolation and experience music with incredible clarity.
I am delighted that the love and musical creativity that has gone into creating the music of ’99 Songs’ can be experienced by listeners to its fullest extent with Dolby Atmos. I am excited to partner with Dolby, Sony Music and Jio Studios to reimagine music like never before in Dolby Atmos.”
Pankaj Kedia, Managing Director, Emerging Markets, Dolby Laboratories said, “We are on a mission to reinvent how music
is experienced. Dolby Atmos Music envelops the listener, bringing you inside the song. We share Jio Studio, Sony Music &Mr. AR Rahman’s vision to bring his music to the world for everyone to experience and connect to like never before, in Dolby Atmos for the first time in India.”