Thanks to an illustrious career spanning more than three decades of engineering and mixing both studio and live sound, Grammy-nominated recording engineer Steve Genewick immediately understood with the debut of Dolby Atmos that this was the future of music. In fact, so did Maurice Patist, President of Sales and Marketing at PMC. Together, alongside multi-Grammy Award–winning producer and engineer David Rideau, they remixed the legendary works of Miles Davis — 1959’s Kind of Blue and 1960’s Sketches of Spain — in Dolby Atmos. As Steve and Maurice's partnership has continued to evolve, so has the sonic landscape of Dolby Atmos, traversing unmapped territory and carving out new aural vistas. But where does it all go from here? Sweetwater caught up with Steve and Maurice for an in-depth discussion of their history, future of sound, and how Dolby Atmos will get us there. Check it out!