Deutsche Grammophon

15 March

The “Karajan Music Tech Conference” 2024

It’s like a piece of good music. You can experience it again and again and it is still fascinating. Last week, our annual “Karajan Music Tech Conference” took place in Salzburg...

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22 September

Karajan conducting Sibelius and Grieg in Dolby Atmos

Previously, we introduced Deutsche Grammophon's innovative “Dolby Atmos” series, a cutting-edge audio technology that offers an immersive three-dimensional listening experience, akin to cinema's Dolby Surround. The latest installment in this series features Karajan's renditions of notable works by Grieg and Sibelius.

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11 August

Rediscovering Karajan’s Vision: The Historical Context of the 1977 Beethoven Cycle in Dolby Atmos

When Herbert von Karajan recorded the Beethoven symphonies in 1977 with Deutsche Grammophon, he had a specific sonic ambition. At the heart of this ambition was the emerging quadraphonic recording technology of the 1960s and 1970s, aiming to offer a richer, more immersive sound experience. But as we discover in…

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