How to get started with Atlas Show Control for Spatial Audio

  • 06 Aug 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom



How t

How to get started with

Atlas Show Control for Spatial Audio 

An overview of key concepts, terminology and how it can benefit your workflow.

Tuesday 6th August 12pm - 1.30pm 


Atlas is the go-to software solution for show control when it comes to spatial audio and working with d&b Audiotechnik DS100.

A walkthrough of Atlas, exploring the concepts behind why it was created and how it fits into your workflow.

Starting from the beginning with why Atlas exists, we'll show you how easy it is to get started with Atlas and how it makes programming for spatial audio easy.

We will cover:

- Quick setup
- Key concepts
- Drawing and Plotting Positions of spatial objects.
- Spreads and dynamic controls.
- Introducing palettes into the workflow and object-based parameters.
- The use of trackers and their patching to position objects.
- The use of External Devices and controlling them within the workflow.
- Using External Controllers to integrate your console(s) into the system.
- Using Atlas as a visualisation tool with 3rd party software.
- Alongside Atlas we’ll be providing a brief introduction to:
- Measure – Trigonometry calculations for speaker measuring and positioning directly into Arraycalc.
- Hubble – Tracker information recording for virtual soundchecks, plotting and playback.

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