Dolby Laboratories, a leader in immersive audio and video entertainment experiences announced the launch of one-of-a-kind recognition and rewards program for Music Mix Engineers in India – ‘Dolby Atmos Music Mix Engineers Honour Club’.
Through this annual program, Dolby will recognise the work of music mix engineers and their contribution to the industry, encouraging them to create more music in Dolby Atmos for an immersive experience.
The Music Mix Engineers from India who have mixed music in Dolby Atmos are eligible to apply for the recognition program. Music mix engineers can register at https://www.dolby.com/en-in/mme that also list the program’s terms & conditions.
Depending on the number of songs mixed in Dolby Atmos, eligible entries will be reviewed by Dolby and rewarded under five milestones – Platinum (500 tracks), Gold (250 tracks), Century (100 tracks), Silver (50 tracks) & Certificate (10 tracks).
Commenting on the program, Pankaj Kedia, Managing Director, Emerging Markets, Dolby Laboratories said, “At Dolby, we celebrate all the hard work that Music Mix Engineers put into creating music. In order to thank those who have mixed the most tracks in the immersive sound of Dolby Atmos, we are excited to announce an annual rewards program – Dolby Atmos Music Honour Club.”
Reacting to the announcement, Ricky Kej, a Grammy Award-Winning music composer and songwriter, said, “I am thrilled that Dolby has started the inspiring Dolby Atmos Music Mix Engineers Honour Club program, to honour the actual heroes of the music creation process. This is a first of its kind initiate, tailer made for music mix engineers in India.”
KJ Singh, National Award-winning music mix engineer and sound designer called it a very well thought and laid out program. He said, “The reward plaques will symbolise pride and honour for every music mix engineer.”
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