Associate Member Spotlight: Dolby Atmos Music

Dolby Atmos goes beyond the capabilities of stereo and unlocks a richer, fuller, and more immersive experience.

Dolby Atmos Music is proud to be a member of A2IM! We look forward to connecting with community members around the world to continue empowering artists, labels, and listeners with the latest technology for immersive music experiences.


Since its founding in 1965, Dolby has worked closely alongside the music community. The introduction of Dolby Noise Reduction was first used by Decca Records in 1969. We’ve continued to develop tools with artists to push forward their creative journey and now, the music community can create and experience music in an entirely new and exciting way.


Dolby Atmos Music delivers creative expression in its fullest and forges a deeper connection between artists and their fans.


Dolby Atmos goes beyond the capabilities of stereo and unlocks a richer, fuller, and more immersive experience. Artists can place individual elements of a song within a space, revealing details with unparalleled clarity and depth. Labels can add new life to both frontline and catalog content.


Fans can experience Dolby Atmos music across a wide range of consumer devices on services including Apple Music, TIDAL, and Amazon Music HD. We are thrilled that independent artists and labels have already embraced Dolby Atmos music. We are committed to continue working alongside the creative community to help them tell their stories globally throughout music creation and delivery.


Let’s build the future of music together. 

About A2IM:
A2IM is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit trade organization headquartered in New York City that exists to support and strengthen the independent recorded music sector. Membership currently includes a broad coalition of more than 700 Independently-owned American music labels. A2IM represents these independently owned small and medium-sized enterprises’ (SMEs) interests in the marketplace, in the media, on Capitol Hill, and as part of the global music community. In doing so, it supports a key segment of America’s creative class that represents America’s diverse musical cultural heritage. Billboard Magazine identified the Independent music label sector as 37.32 percent of the music industry’s U.S. recorded music sales market in 2016 based on copyright ownership, making Independent labels collectively the largest music industry sector.

Learn more about A2IM here.
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