Posts Tagged ‘binaural’
Deconstructionist is a new EP by Dan Barrett (who, confusingly, performs as Giles Corey, and is pictured above) that contains three tracks, each of which is around 30 minutes long, and all of which is “aimed specifically at inducing a trance state, transporting you to an altered state of consciousness”, writes Phil Cameron in Wired.
Today, Friday 21st December, BBC Radio 4 Extra is broadcasting the groundbreaking 1978 radio drama “The Revenge”, written by and performed by Andrew Sachs.
It was truly groundbreaking for several reasons: it has no music, it contains no narrative, but more notably it was recorded entirely in binaural audio.
We have covered binaural audio quite regularly on [...]
As regular readers will be aware, we are VERY serious about audio, and in particular we are very keen on the development of binaural audio. We’ve covered it a lot over the last few years, be it the binaural Diaries of Ollie Hall or Kevin Hilton’s overview of Binaural Room Synthesis.
We also covered a very highbrow (and [...]
The Binaural Diaries is a blog containing field recordings and sundry ‘sound photographs’ that is populated and maintained by Bristol-based IT pro Ollie Hall. He makes his recordings using a pair of Sound Professionals SP-TFB-2 binaural microphones and a Zoom H2 recorder (sometimes using the H2′s built-in stereo mics for conveninence), encoding straight to 48kHz/24-bit [...]
Those nice people at Grand Central Recording Studios (@GCRS if you’re on Twitter) have created a quiz to find out how binaurally-aware we are. There are pairs of top-end Bowers & Wilkins P5 Reference and Dr. Dre Beats headphones and bottles of “posh fizz” (Michel Arnould & Fils champagne to be exact) up for grabs [...]