Dolby Atmos and Lossless Sound Coming to Apple Music in June, FREE

Dolby Atmos and Lossless Sound Coming to Apple Music in June, FREE

There were strong rumors about Apple Music HiFi and finally, Manzana has confirmed it. Spatial audio with Dolby Atmos Y Lossless Audio will reach all subscribers of Apple Music from June 2021 for free.

Apple Music HiFi with Dolby Atmos and Lossless

All subscribers to Apple Music you can enjoy music with spatial sound with support for Dolby Atmos. They will also be able to listen to more than 75 million songs on Lossless Audio, the way the artists created them in the studio. Isn’t it cool?

These new features will be available next June at no additional cost to all subscribers of Apple Music.

What is spatial sound with support for Dolby Atmos from Apple Music ?:

The Dolby Atmos is a revolutionary and immersive audio experience that allows you to enjoy sound in a different way. It seems that music comes from everywhere. It gives the feeling that we are in a room where only we listen to the song that is currently playing on our headphones.

J. Balvin said… “I am very excited to be part of this project with Apple Music because I always want to take a step forward and I think this is one of those steps. With Lossless, everything in music is going to sound bigger and louder, but more importantly, it will be of better quality. Hearing myself and my music in Dolby Atmos for the first time, it was crazy, it blew my mind, it’s indescribable. I think the fans will love this new experience. ”

By default, Apple Music will automatically play tracks Dolby Atmos on all headphones AirPods Y Beats with a chip H1 or W1 (all versions on the market), as well as the built-in speakers in the latest versions of iPhone, iPad Y Mac.

Apple Music will add new tracks dolby atmos to the large number of songs available on its platform. The albums that are available in Dolby Atmos they will have a badge on the detail page for easy discovery.

New audio quality badges in Apple Music

New audio quality badges in Apple Music

Manzana is working with artists and record labels to add new releases with this revolutionary sound and improving songs from the current catalog so that we can all enjoy them at maximum sound quality. More and more artists are beginning to create music specifically for the spatial audio experience.

So much Dolby What Apple Music are making it easier for musicians, producers and engineers to create songs in Dolby Atmos.

Lossless Audio from Apple Music:

Apple Music will also make available to the user, the sound quality Lossless in its entire catalog of more than 75 million songs. Apple uses A THE C (Apple Lossless Audio Codec) to preserve every bit of the original audio file. Subscribers will be able to listen to the exact same audio file that the artists created in the studio.

To start listening to music without loss of quality, you will need to have the latest version of Apple Music and they will have to activate it in Settings / Music / Audio quality. Here, different resolutions can be chosen for different connections such as mobile data, Wifi or for download.

Level Lossless by Apple Music Starts in CD quality, which is 16-bit at 44.1 kHz, and goes up to 24-bit at 48 kHz and can be played natively on devices Manzana. For the true lover of music and sound, Apple Music It also offers Lossless High Resolution up to 24 bits at 192 kHz.1, but from the apple they clarify that … “High-resolution lossless audio playback requires external equipment, such as a USB digital-to-analog converter (DAC).”

Due to this, if we want to enjoy the maximum sound quality that it offers Apple Music in headphones, we will have to do it with a Hi-Res model next to a External USB C DAC.

Undoubtedly great news that will encourage many to make the leap to Apple’s music platform and leave other competing services.

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