Dolby Surround is the earliest consumer version of Dolby’s multichannel analog film sound decoding format Dolby Stereo. It was introduced to the public in 1982 during the time home video recording formats (such as Betamax and VHS) were introducing Stereo and HiFi capability.
This post covers topic how to create good virtual surround on a headset that doesn’t normally support stereo sound. It helps you enjoy a richer audio experience, more similar to what you’d get at a theater.
We are starting set of articles about interesting technology areas and solutions we have implemented or encountered in our projects. This article briefly describes our experience in development of audio device driver and Dolby Pro Logic IIx implementation. Our solution We have developed solution for providing virtual surround for headsets (that have only 2 audio… Read More »