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Topic: [Dolby Atmos] Do I have to have a bed? (Read 1089 times) previous topic - next topic
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[Dolby Atmos] Do I have to have a bed?

I'm an audio engineering student, and I'm going to be working with Dolby Atmos. If I know that I'm not going to need to deliver a file for a fixed channel set-up, can I create an Atmos mix that only contains objects with no bed or LFE? To put is another way, can a Dolby Atmos master file contain only objects, and still be a complete immersive experience, or are bed channels required as anchors sonically and by protocol?
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