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and LEARN ABOUT BINAURAL! While these demos will give you a good sample
of the binaural
experience, remember that you're not hearing quite everything, because
audio on the Internet is still not able to capture all the subtleties
binaural while allowing you to download files quickly. But if this is
your first binaural experience you are sure to be impressed! SPECIAL
WARNING TO USERS
OF WINDOWS '95: MicroSoft in their wisdom made MONO the Default Setting
for MPEG audio playback! You must go into the settings to switch to
or you will never hear two channels in binaural OR stereo.
AN MP3 PLAYER: First verify that your computer has a sound
card and a jack to plug in stereo headphones. Be certain the headphone
is fully inserted into the jack - it is possible to hear a signal in
ears but actually be mixing the two channels into mono, which will not
any of binaural's astonishing spatial realism. Download and install an
version of a player; RealAudio's RealPlayer, MicroSoft's Media Player
are the most
popular. Then either configure your browser to use the player
or download to your desktop and play the files when offline.
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DMCE #57: Ongrophone
(In-Ear Binaural Microphones
Podcast: Digital Media Cast Experiment
John Ong from OnglinePodcast.com showed me a great way to get an easy
stereo audio image. Its TOO much fun.
More info: Source
See the selection of binaural recording microphones available
Music demos in MP3!
concert, neighbors, birds, in to movie
The concert was outdoors across a valley in my neighborhood. I just
built the Radio Shack microphones into a headset and was trying it out.
Listening to it the first few times, I had to check if the birds were
live or part of the recording. I hadn't understood about moving my head
during the recording, so you hear some of that as well as other noise.
Peter Sul contributed a recording
in a Florida church
stereographic photo of his equipment
here for more info, like how to build you own headset, and