NetEase Cloud Music launches Dolby Atmos support bringing spatial audio to more Chinese music streamers
The immersive, 3D, surround sound listening experience, Dolby Atmos comes to Chinese music streaming service NetEase Cloud Music.
After Tencent Music launched support for Dolby Atmos on QQ Music in July last year, becoming the first Chinese music streaming platform to do so, NetEase extends spatial audio across China, launching support on music streaming service Cloud Music.
NetEase says that Dolby Atmos is coming to its growing catalogue, across genres like pop, rock, electronic, movie soundtracks, classical and more, to artists including Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Sam Smith, Justin Bieber, Imagine Dragons, Armin van Buuren and MUNA. The feature will be available on “compatible smartphones” and vehicles “from leading automakers”, expanding to the home music space and Intelligent Connected Vehicles (ICVs) later this year. NetEase gives no further details on which brands these are exactly or how much of its catalogue will support Dolby Atmos.
I’m so happy that fans can listen to my music in a whole new way with sounds all around you. Introducing spatial audio ft. Dolby Atmos, now available on NetEase Cloud Music.Sam Smith
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