Dolby Atmos, Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio Announced, Bringing Top-Level Sound Quality to Apple Music

Apple announced that subscribers who pay for the music service every month will have a lossless audio experience by next month. Spatial Audio, which will be released for Apple Music, will provide users with the highest level of sound experience with Dolby Atmos support and lossless sound.

Publishing a new statement on its official website, Apple has announced support for Dolby Atmos, Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio for its online music service Apple Music. No additional fees will be required to experience the new features available to Apple Music subscribers as of June 2021.

Lossless Audio feature, as you can understand from its name, aims to provide users with a lossless audio experience. With this feature, Apple Music subscribers will be able to listen to more than 75 million songs over real audio files in high resolution instead of listening to any file format.

Regarding Dolby Atmos support, he said, “Apple Music is making (for itself) the greatest advance in sound quality ever”; He stated that with Dolby Atmos, Apple Music will deliver a revolutionary, immersive sound experience. Apple will continue to add new Dolby Atmos-powered songs to its music service every day and release custom playlists for songs with Dolby Atmos.

When the Spatial Audio feature, whose Turkish name is “spatial sound”, was first released, Apple stated that thousands of songs from worldwide artists in hip-hop, country, Latin, pop and classical genres will be supported, and more spatial sound supported songs will be included in the platform in the future.

Apple isn’t just adding support for Dolby Atmos to its music service; In collaboration with Dolby, it aims to double the number of Dolby-enabled studios, create educational programs, and provide resources for independent artists, especially in major markets. “We’re working with Apple Music to make Dolby Atmos and Spatial Audio available to all musicians and anyone who loves music,” said Kevin Yeaman, president and CEO of Dolby Laboratories.