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Re: in ear MICRO-phones, binaural audio (was: toys for non-musicians)
maybe is safer to add the mono/center track ITB as per's suggesting.
at least, you'll have the regular DAW tools to fight the phasing
issues. schoeps!! ... wow.
2009/7/30, michael noble <email@example.com>:
> On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 10:57 PM, Raul Bonell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> 2009/7/30, michael noble <email@example.com>:
>> > Per,
>> > I was wondering if you've experienced the "hole in the middle" problem
>> > playing binaural recordings back through standard stereo speakers?
>> > have an especially thick skull or something, but I can definitely
>> > 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.
> Along these lines I've had some interesting results with using a closer
> range handheld stereo mic in tandem with the binaurals and then mixing
> later. My worry though is that this approach will introduce phasing
> artifacts that may defeat some of the clarity of the binaural approach.
> Until I can afford a portable preamp for my schoeps, I don't have
> mono mic, so I guess I'll have to have some fun trying things out to hear
> what works.
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