Authoring and Mixing for Dolby Atmos®

Cubase allows you to mix fully compliant audio content for Dolby Atmos and to create ADM files in Broadcast Wave Format (BWF) with object audio and a channel-based bed.

Cubase supports the the creation and the export of Audio Definition Model (ADM) files with Dolby Atmos content. Dolby Atmos projects can contain a single bed and up to 128 objects. Objects are generally meant to be mono, but in Cubase, you can also create stereo or multi-channel objects.

ADM authoring for Dolby Atmos in Cubase involves the following features and functions:

  • The ADM Authoring for Dolby Atmos window allows you to set up and edit the object structure by adding and configuring the bed and objects.

  • The Renderer for Dolby Atmos plug-in is an internal renderer that allows you to monitor Dolby Atmos projects with up to 128 objects, without using an external renderer.

  • The VST MultiPanner plug-in provides 3D panning for channel-based bed mixes in Bed Mode and for object-based mixes with up to 118 objects in Object Mode.