PMC to demo unreleased Dolby Atmos music at High End Munich

UK loudspeaker manufacturer PMC is set to give visitors at the High End Munich HiFi show a unique demonstration of Dolby Atmos music.

Among the audiophile delights in store for High End visitors is a Dolby Atmos mix of Miles Davis’ certified quadruple platinum jazz album Kind of Blue, as well as the Grammy Award winning album for Best Original Jazz Composition, Sketches of Spain.

The material was engineered and produced by PMC’s Maurice Patist, Grammy Award-winning engineer David Rideau and senior engineer Steve Genewick at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, which boasts a PMC-equipped Dolby Atmos studio. Also present was Miles Davis’ nephew and drummer, Vince Wilburn, who will also be attending High End Munich to present the new mixes to consumers at the show.

“We are incredibly honoured to have been given permission to complete this project,” Patist said. “The Dolby Atmos mix of Kind of Blue and Sketches of Spain are absolutely amazing and we are confident that it will blow people away, especially when they hear it through the new PMC fact fenestria speakers we have in our High End demo suite.”

PMC will also be presenting music from Grammy Award winning saxophonist Jane Ira Bloom, whose Above and Beyond album has been mixed at Capitol Studios by long-time PMC users and multi Grammy winning engineers, Jim and Ulrike Anderson.

Revealing the resolution and detail of these brand new releases will be PMC’s flagship fact fenestria consumer speakers, complemented by an array of its Wafer on-wall speakers for the surround and height channels and a selection of its professional subwoofers.

These premieres will take place in room F123 during High End, which runs from May 9-12, 2019, in Munich, Germany.