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New Avid Pro Tools Dolby Atmos Production Course & Certification

New course covering integration of Dolby Atmos Renderer with Pro Tools offers 40 hours of self-learning and 18 hours of instructor-led training followed by a professional certification exam.

Avid and Dolby have announced a joint agreement to bring a new Pro Tools Dolby Atmos training course and certification to market.

Accessed through the Avid Learning Partners program, the self-paced, blended training course covering the integration of the Dolby Atmos Renderer with Pro Tools consists of 40 hours of self-learning, 18 hours of instructor-led training held over three days, followed by a professional certification exam. Upon completion of the coursework and passing the exam, candidates will earn an Avid Certified Professional: Pro Tools | Dolby Atmos certification credential.

The new PT210D Pro Tools Dolby Atmos Production course is designed to enable mixers to recognize the components of a Dolby Atmos content creation studio and outline workflows for creating immersive audio in Pro Tools. Users will also learn techniques for working with Dolby Atmos beds and objects, Pro Tools session management, Dolby Atmos Renderer configurations, and final delivery formats.

“The Dolby training course builds on Avid’s global training and certificate infrastructure. This course provides core learning opportunities to fill the need for Dolby Atmos training and validates the skills and competencies of sound technicians and engineers to prepare and deliver Dolby Atmos content,” says Rob D’Amico, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, Audio Solutions at Avid. “For students, this course addresses the lack of formal learning related to immersive audio. Launching the Pro Tools Dolby Atmos course and certification and building it into the Pro Tools learning paths and certifications accelerates their education and career path.”

“We’re thrilled to build on our longtime strategic collaboration with Avid by launching our first Dolby Atmos training and certification program,” adds Rob France, Director, Customer Support, Dolby. “And the timing couldn’t be better. Content creators are showing increased interest in Dolby Atmos and the top streaming platforms are demanding more content be created in Dolby. This is true for not only film and TV, but also for music. In fact, the growth in music has been dramatic and as new Dolby Atmos enabled music services emerge, the demand for Dolby Atmos music will only grow.”

The training course is available here from Avid.


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