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Yesterday recorded https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koNqSLy7-Ys

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I cannot believe I never noticed that Franko Russo (of TERZO ORECCHIO fame) had this fantastic playlist of recordings done with his "head" mic!

 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6766361EE3B93105

 

He has some other playlists at his channel as well, but this one blew me away! I'll include it into post Number 1.

 

(P.S. - Sorry to be gone for so long!)

 

Terry

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Originally Posted by tbritton View Post
 

I cannot believe I never noticed that Franko Russo (of TERZO ORECCHIO fame) had this fantastic playlist of recordings done with his "head" mic!

 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6766361EE3B93105

 

He has some other playlists at his channel as well, but this one blew me away! I'll include it into post Number 1.

 

(P.S. - Sorry to be gone for so long!)

 

Terry

Terry: Thanks for mentioning them; Terzo Orecchio ("Third Ear" in Italian) do some great stuff...

 

For those out there who like mannequin head recordings, I use the same type of mannequin (as I recall), the Neumann KU 100 for all of the binaural stuff that I do, and have recorded a number of different genres in various spaces (from concert halls to cathedrals and a lot in-between).

 

Here are a few links to some stand-alone downloads, as well as to my recordings up on soundcloud, most of which are available in .flac, and all of which are available in 320 kbps mp3.

 

First, the stand-alone stuff:

 

Full Concerts (Audio Only):

 

Cowboy Junkies Live at The Ark on 2009-10-05: https://archive.org/details/cj2009-10-05.ku100_at37

 

Sam Roberts Band Live at The Fillmore Detroit on 2009-11-18: https://archive.org/details/SRB2009-11-28

 

Assorted Tracks & Genres (Audio Only):

 

The immersifi soundcloud page: https://soundcloud.com/immersifi

 

NOTE: Most of the immersifif-provided material on soundcloud is binaural. However, some tracks are two-microphone stereo, and some tracks are hybrid versions (binaural + two microphone stereo). Most tracks are labeled as to which are 'pure' binaural, but some may not be. However, I have attempted to list them accordingly.

 

Acoustic / Minimalist Concert with a set (2nd set) dedicated to the music of Joni Mitchell); Capps, Donohoe, Iannace, Jack, Krist at the Trinity House Theater, 2010-06-04: https://archive.org/details/CappsDonohoeIannaceJackAndKristLiveAtTheTrinityHouseTheater

 

...and now the binaural + video stuff:

 

High Definition Video + Mannequin Head Binaural Audio:

 

"What is Binaural, Anyway..?" (Mark Jay briefly explains the 'how' of binaural audio. Explanation is also in binaural (use headphones)): https://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_623788&feature=iv&src_vid=ICj6Tx0DL1I&v=ICj6Tx0DL1I#t=49m36.5s

 

Sumkali, Live at The Ark: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICj6Tx0DL1I

 

Short Samples, Binaural (AUdio Only):

 

www.immersifi.com - click on the "Audio Samples" button...and have your headphones ready

 

I have posted details about many of these tracks, as well as other information pertaining to binaural here (posting as immersifi) as well as on gearslutz under the name Mark A. Jay. THose of you who wish to delve deeper into some of the technology, theory, and issues pertaining to binaural should look for other posts on the subject. My posts are far from comprehensive, but they are a good place to start.

 

Thanks,

 

Mark


Edited by immersifi - 9/13/16 at 7:27am
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Awesome, Mark! Thanks for this post! I'm going to add a link to it in post #1.

 

Terry

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You're most welcome, Terry. By the by...I have just returned from Oshkosh (the Annual EAA Fly-in) and took my Neumann KU 100 mannequin head there. I have since been plowing through (literally) days of binaural audio from the various airshows that took place each day (I recorded three days' worth). I got some really great aircraft sounds (jets under full afterburn, vintage radial engine-powered craft, T-6 trainer craft (fying a in a four-place formation), Aerobatic performances (i.e. Wagstaff et al), WWII Warbirds (P-51 Mustang, Spitfire, Chance-Vaught F4-U Corsair, etc)...some really incredible sounds of planes flying very fast, and very low.

 

These files are not 'music' but might be music to the ears of headphone aficionados.

 

I am thinking of posting the short, abbreviated snippets to the immersifi page on soundcloud. If I do, I'll send you a note so that others can download them. For those reading this, if you're also an aviation "junkie" you would dig hearing these files...

 

Thanks again...Mark

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That would be FANTASTIC!!!!! :-)

 

You are going to have a lot of fun editing that stuff into single files! 

 

Terry

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Terry: I'll peruse my email...I think I have your address somewhere. If so, I'll send you a few examples of what I have done so far. BTW...I promise you that the sound you hear in the after-burn files is not distortion of the A/D in the recorder. They sound awesome...and the T-6's (with their characteristic 'raspy' sound (apparently a consequence of the propeller tips exceeding supersonic speeds) sound equally impressive, albeit for very different reasons.

 

I'll look for your address...

 

UPDATE: Terry - can you message me with your address? I'll send some of the binaural fly-by files...


Edited by immersifi - 8/9/16 at 8:05am
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Sent PM!  :-)

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Terry: Check your in-box...there are binaural sonic treats awaiting you !

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Binaural Aviation Excerpts:

 

OK, so I have decided to make the excerpts from the Aviation Binaural Recordings available on my soundcloud page. They're all encoded at 320 kbps, but I have not yet upload the flac format variants. Anyway, there are some pretty cool tracks here - the simulated strafing track alone is worth hearing.

 

NOTE: Be VERY careful with the volume on these tracks. The dynamic range is significant at times.

 

Here you go (UPDATED LINK - if this does not work, please let me know):

 

https://soundcloud.com/immersifi/sets/binaural-sounds-of-oshkosh

 

As with all things soundcloud, the streamed content isn't going to sound as good as the downloads (which in any case are free). These are short files, and in 320 kbps mp3 format, so download time will be short.

 

As time permits, I will add more files that have some 'cool factor' to them.

 

Enjoy...

 

Mark


Edited by immersifi - 9/13/16 at 11:24am
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