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Trance music legend Armin van Buuren remixes seventh studio album in Dolby Atmos

Legendary Dutch DJ Armin van Buuren has released a remix of his seventh studio album  Balance, in the immersive Dolby Atmos audio format.

Originally released a year ago via Armada Music, the new Dolby Atmos mix of Balance is now available from Tidal’s HiFi tier and Amazon Music HD.

Armin van Buuren is a five-time ‘#1 DJ in the world’ winner and host of the weekly ‘A State Of Trance’ show, which reaches over 40m listeners worldwide. Balance consists of 28 tracks, and includes the singles ‘Blah Blah Blah’, ‘Sunny Days’ and ‘Something Real’ as well as new collaborations with the likes of Ne-Yo (‘Unlove You’),

Balance follows the release of previous albums 76, Shivers, Imagine, Mirage, Intense and Embrace. According to Armin van Buuren, the album is about thinking in possibilities rather than definition, about what music could be instead of what it should be. 

According to Armin van Buuren, the album is about thinking in possibilities rather than definition…

“Every song I make teaches me something new, and the next song is always a result of all my previous records, the new things I learned and the people I met,” said Armin van Buuren.“Over the years, this process – and especially the fun of creating – became more and more important to me. This creative journey gives me the energy to do what I do, to keep going. I don’t want to think about what music should be. I want to think about what music could be.”

Daniela Bischof, Director of Marketing Dolby Europe says: “This reissue of Balance in Dolby Atmos helps elevate his most recent album to another level. We want listeners to feel like they are experiencing something truly special when they listen in Dolby Atmos at home, and this remixed album brings fans even closer to this global icon’s vision and one of his most exciting pieces of work yet.”

Dolby Atmos Music is an immersive music experience that adds more space, clarity and depth to audio. Instead of hearing the sound in stereo, Dolby Atmos gives the listener the feeling of being inside the music, as creators are able to strategically place distinctive audio elements into a three-dimensional sound field, offering an immersive soundstage.

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