Jigsaw24 has designed and deployed a Dolby Atmos-approved audio studio in Athens – the first of its kind in Greece.
The purpose-built facility will be used by dubbing, subtitling and post production agency Authorwave.
Jigsaw24 advised Authorwave on how best to create a Dolby-approved room that would allow them to create high-quality content and secure more Dolby Atmos Music commissions.
The company’s David Greenep also flew out to Athens to oversee the setup and pre-calibration of the studio, which was designed with Dolby themselves to ensure an ideal workflow.
The room had to meet strict requirements – relating to its size and geometry, speakers and amps, acoustics, and its mix and monitoring solutions – in order to become a Dolby Atmos-certified facility, and features an official rendering unit (or ‘RMU’) on a Mac mini that ensured it qualified.
Greenep said, “Authorwave were totally committed to not only building a brilliant studio, but also doing everything it takes to secure official approval from Dolby.
“This meant it was vital that every aspect of the facility, from its layout to the calibre of equipment fitted throughout, was carefully considered and of the highest possible standard.”