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post #121 of 233
there are many programs available or also via online aplications
use google; *download from youtube* and you will find a bunch of it
post #122 of 233
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Originally Posted by krmathis View Post
Please tell me how to download that one.
It plays in the browser (flash), but I want a local file I am able to stream to my headphones...
I extracted the MP3 audio track from the FLV (of course non-destructively, without re-encoding), here you go: holoball ld01 800x450.mp3
post #123 of 233
^ Thanks a lot!
I did google *download from youtube*, but found no website/tool that accepted the holophonicballexperiment.com link...
post #124 of 233

new stuff

Binaural Airwaves
they have quite a lot of binaural recordings, you can listen to them online
post #125 of 233
oh great! the algorithm used to make the "virtual haircut" has been phased out...and asking for FLAC yielded this reply:
Quote:
On 12/10/09, Anne ***** <****@starkey.com> wrote:
> Dear leeperry,
>
> Thank you for your e-mail regarding the Cetera algorithm.
>
> The Cetera product has been discontinued for a number of years.
> Unfortunately, we and are no longer supporting the Cetera algorithm or the
> virtual haircut demo so we won't be able to convert it to another format.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Anne ****
> Consumer Relations
anyway, check this one out! totally mind-blowing thunder/rain binaural goodness: RapidShare: thunder.mp3
post #126 of 233
Hey guys, don't know if it is mentioned in here, Pearl Jam has an album that is called Binaural, and they used this recording technique on some of the tracks, I heard Nothing As It Seems and is quite a good recording, give it a try!
post #127 of 233
Binaural bliss « fotofono

About 90 minutes of minimalist electronic/acoustic improv, haven't listened to much of it yet but I thought it might be of interest here. Free download in lossless or 320k mp3.

Thanks to the nature of avant-garde music I'm a little unclear on how much of the first couple of minutes is "music" and how much is setting up the binaural mics... it gets more interesting (to me) after that.
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YouTube - Sneeuwlandschap Losser, Twente
-OMG, what a masterpiece,
best in dark with sreen turned off
post #130 of 233

Here's a few of mine...

Here's a few binaural recordings I've made over the last years:

Index of /audio/binaural

There's also a short text file with descriptions of the various takes.

Most recordings were made using OKM ear mics, a few others also with a lesser known model from Germany, the Ohrwurm (earworm) mics.

Enjoy,
Ralf
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the archive.org recordings are NOT binaural..

 

they are ORTF. big difference.

 

post #134 of 233

I just posted some here:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/506228/adventures-in-binaural-sound-fireworks-music

 

I will be recording some more stuff soon so check back from time to time.

post #135 of 233

Check this out

 

Holophonic experience with AXE girls

 

 

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myktDHg2aws

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