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post #1 of 14
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I do not know if any one has been to this I listened to some sample and there pretty amazing

 

http://www.naturespace.com/

 

post #2 of 14

The samples sound really nice, they're probably binaural recordings. 

 

And i see a pair of Grados in the "Before you listen" page :D

post #3 of 14
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Good catch I missed the Grados on the rocking chair


Edited by GeneA - 8/15/10 at 2:41pm
post #4 of 14

hmm  "Best overall presentation:   Monster Turbine Pro Copper"  oh i really dont think so

post #5 of 14

Interesting presentations of the recordings and it's a very nice website.

 

If you like binaural recordings, checkout my blog. I have posted some recordings there.

 

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

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Thanks LFF for the link and great recording job. What kind of dummy do you use? I always wanted a dummy head for this kind of recordings however the ones that I find like this one is way above my budget:

 

http://www.neumann.com/?lang=en&id=current_microphones&cid=ku100_description

 

which is about $8,000.00

post #7 of 14

Here's another site selling Binaural nature recording. Ignore the ridiculous prices, I bought a few on Amazon, used for $6.00 or $7.00.

They truly are stunning when listened to on my RS-1, I don't have a clue about the Monster Turbines.....but somehow I'm a bit skeptical.

 

http://www.soundtracker.com/

post #8 of 14
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Originally Posted by GeneA View Post

Thanks LFF for the link and great recording job. What kind of dummy do you use? I always wanted a dummy head for this kind of recordings however the ones that I find like this one is way above my budget:

 

http://www.neumann.com/?lang=en&id=current_microphones&cid=ku100_description

 

which is about $8,000.00


I have a custom made dummy head with custom built mics. The design is really only a prototype and I am working on four other recording set-ups. All of the recording microphones I am working on should be rather cheap to produce and will be either holophonic or binaural. Once I settle on one that works the best and looks good, I'll make a few more to sell on ebay.

 

The KU100 is actually considered inexpensive. I think the HEAD acoustics dummy head costs more than $15,000.00! Regardless, I love these types of recordings. Really puts you there. I'll be posting some more recordings later tonight.

post #9 of 14

Just posted some new binaural recordings on my blog for anyone interested!

post #10 of 14

Too bad, i dont have money on my account to buy any nature sound. 

 

But i might check LFF blog for some recordings. Thanks! 

post #11 of 14

Bought several of their downloads the other day and only had time lately to listen to a little bit of each.However,from what I heard they should be great for my future meditation sessions.One thing surprised me after I unzipped and loaded them onto my Zune.Each one has two versions of the track.One they call "Full Spectrum" and the other "Earbud Optimized".As I normally don't like anything inserted in my ears and only have full size headphones,I can't do an A-B test just yet.I think my son has an extra set of earbuds I can borrow long enough to try those tracks and see if I can tell any difference.

post #12 of 14

Bringing this thread somewhat to life!

 

I test all my headphones to Naturespace - the iTunes app as well as the individual tracks.  Amazing!

post #13 of 14

Wow, saw the first demo, sounds awesome. Is there any way to preview the ones your considering buying?

post #14 of 14

For the iTunes app - No

 

My absolute favorite is the Thunderstorms. Oceans & Rivers are pretty suite. The wind ones are okay - to me it sounds a lot like white and pink noise.

 

 

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