This is a blended course of approximately 40 hours of self-paced eLearning, followed by 12 hours of virtual instructor-led training over 2 days.
Developed in partnership with Dolby, the Pro Tools Dolby Atmos Production course is designed for professionals who are transitioning from traditional surround formats to Dolby Atmos mixing, as well as experienced Dolby mixers who are interested in deepening their skills and learning best practices. This course thoroughly covers essential tools as well as comprehensive professional workflows.
The PT210D course prepares candidates for the Pro Tools | Dolby Atmos Professional Certification exam. Once passed, the candidate will earn the Avid Certified Professional: Pro Tools | Dolby Atmos certification credential.
This course is suited for audio engineers that are looking for the knowledge, skills and capabilities needed to configure and prepare for a Dolby Atmos mix in Pro Tools, including:
Audio Studio Technicians
Game Audio Designers
The PT210D course is offered to experienced professionals through Avid and professional Avid Learning Partners (Professional ALPs), and to students through academic Avid Learning Partners (Academic ALPs). The two deliveries carry with them two sets of pre-requisites.
For professionals attending a course through Avid or a Professional ALP, the following is recommended:
Experience using Pro Tools | Ultimate software
Working knowledge of fundamental surround mixing concepts
Pro Tools Fundamentals I & II courses or equivalent knowledge/ industry experience
Pro Tools Production I or equivalent knowledge/ industry experience
For students attending an Academic ALP, the following is required:
PT101: Pro Tools Fundamentals I
PT110: Pro Tools Fundamentals II
PT201: Pro Tools Production I
At the end of this course you will be able to:
Recognize the components of a Dolby Atmos content creation studio
Outline the Dolby Atmos content creation signal flow
Understand various Renderer configurations and associated workflows
Configure Pro Tools for use in Dolby Atmos production
Use Pro Tools techniques for working with Dolby Atmos beds and objects