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Re: in ear MICRO-phones, binaural audio (was: toys for non-musicians)
2009/7/30, michael noble <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> I was wondering if you've experienced the "hole in the middle" problem
> playing binaural recordings back through standard stereo speakers? Maybe
> have an especially thick skull or something, but I can definitely notice
> lack of spatial dynamics in the center of the stereo field.
this is a common issue with binaural if played through speakers. but
with per's approach you could always "repair" that loss, by maybe,
using a mic(s) pointing to where's suposed to be the hole and then mix
all signals at a desired level.
> On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 5:31 PM, Per Boysen <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Interesting thread! My main interest for now is not to record acoustic
>> sound with binaural technique but to simulate that 3d listening
>> experience when mixing music. Of course this is just "mixing for head
>> phones" but I think headphones listening is becoming so common now
>> that it might make sense to offer binaural music? As my recent
>> experimentation goes such a mix will not sound bad in any way over a
>> speaker system. I am very excited with the possibility to place sound
>> "above" or "below" as well as moving sound with doppler effects etc.
>> Some of the surround thinking also applies for binaural sound design.
>> Greetings from Sweden
>> Per Boysen
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