Friday, September 27, 2013
DTS Encoding Format Used On RUSH Soundtrack
The new, encoding format from Calabasas-based DTS, DTS Headphone:X--which helps deliver a better, 3D sound experience while wearing headphones--is being included on a new motion picture soundtrack for the film RUSH. According to DTS, the soundtrack from Hans Zimmer will be released as part of the Rush: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, released by WaterTower Music. DTS has been offering up its technology to music producers to capture the acoustics of music better, allowing listeners to experience the same 3D sound as those content producers get in the mixing studio with multiple speakers and monitors. DTS said the music will be available via a mobile app for iOS and Android. Zimmer also released his earlier soundtrack, for Man of Steel, using the DTS format.