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We are excited to be able to deliver most of our new recordings in the new high-quality spatial listening experience of Dolby Atmos®. We also have an ongoing program of catalogue re-issues newly remastered in this technology. See the list below.



Piano Concertos Nos. 1 + 2

7 Fantasien op. 116

Emil Gilels
Berliner Philharmoniker
Eugen Jochum

April 12, 2024
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New Catalogue Releases in Dolby Atmos®

Gilels - Brahms: Piano Concertos
BRAHMS Piano Concertos Nos. 1 + 2 / Gilels
Apr 12, 2024

Leonard Bernstein in Dolby Atmos®

Mahler: Symphony No.2 "Resurrection" Dolby Atmos
MAHLER Symphonie No. 2 Bernstein
Sep 29, 2023

Herbert von Karajan in Dolby Atmos®

Herbert von Karajan - Grieg: Peer Gynt Suites / Holberg Suites
GRIEG Suiten SIBELIUS Finlandia / Karajan
Sep 22, 2023

Watch also the video interview with Rainer Maillard of Emil Berliner Studios. He tells how DG is so often able to draw on our original multitrack tapes to create our new Dolby Atmos® remasterings. He also explains how binaural playback of Dolby Atmos® via stereo head- or earphones works – in addition to a surround setup of multiple speakers in a listening room.

The Road to Dolby Atmos® - Deutsche Grammophon and 3D Sound Engineering


John Williams Dolby Atmos Cover
John Williams in Dolby Atmos
Jun 1, 2021

Apple Music Spatial Audio - Three playlists celebrating the best of DG in Dolby Atmos®

The DG Playlist, Best of Dolby Atmos, John Williams in Dolby Atmos

Continuing our partnership with Apple Music we are delighted to present three new playlists in Apple Music Spatial Audio showcasing the best of DG in Dolby Atmos®. Next to The DG Playlist and the Best of Dolby Atmos® playlist, we also present John Williams in Dolby Atmos® featuring Williams’ famous film music and conducted in part by the composer himself with the Wiener Philharmoniker and Berliner Philharmoniker.

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