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What merely started as curiosity fueled research, after two years of hard work, has become Blue Marble Sound. In September 2020, Amol Kitwadkar watched an episode of a pandemic era series hosted by Indian music maestro, A.R. Rahman. In the episode Rahman discussed his upcoming film “99 Songs'' with another musician. He shared that he had composed the score and the music of “99 songs” with Dolby Atmos in mind. A world-renowned musician of Rahman’s caliber envisioning his work in Dolby, inspired Amol to pursue spatial audio, only to realize that it was not a resource that existed yet in Colorado! Realizing its potential, Amol founded Blue Marble Sound to be on the frontier of audio and to exist as a resource for the growing music industry in Colorado.