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The best way to listen to binaural is to use a pair of IEMs rather than full size phones or s logic ultrasone.




and what makes an IEM so magical?

make sense

 


The way how binaural recording tech record the sound.

 

post #92 of 121
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The way how binaural recording tech record the sound.

 


Thats nonsense I used to work in a recording studio and we surely did not use IEM's

try again

Here read up on how its done http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binaural_recording
Edited by MrScary - 6/23/11 at 12:23am
post #93 of 121
I wanted to purchase the hd tracks, unfortunately you have live in the US of A frown.gif guess there's no love for the rest of the world
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I wanted to purchase the hd tracks, unfortunately you have live in the US of A frown.gif guess there's no love for the rest of the world

Don't waste your time its a foley stage with a bunch of sounds no music
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Originally Posted by MrScary View Post


Don't waste your time its a foley stage with a bunch of sounds no music

 

It did kind of grow old fast... hopefully they get to recording more binaural music, though. I feel like listening to binaural stuff like this is more of an event than just listening to some random new jazz album or something. To me it's like going to the theater, and that's a pretty cool experience.

BTW, you can buy it if you're outside of the USA, you just need to try harder biggrin.gif
 

 

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Or just try to pay using PAYPAL

post #97 of 121
I had a listen online and it sounded nice I guess it got hyped a bit too much?
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I had a listen online and it sounded nice I guess it got hyped a bit too much?

Hyped is not the word I have for it. More like raped of my 23.00 is more like it.
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I have to admit I was super impressed with the binaural effects at first, but I haven't listened to it since. I can't force myself to do it. 

 

I've tripped over another binaural recording with some flamenco guitar. This may be interesting to some https://www.hdtracks.com/index.php?file=catalogdetail&valbum_code=HD678277163720SUBMIT


Edited by ZorgDK - 7/1/11 at 4:08pm
post #100 of 121
Mr Scary, come to think of it I have heard some negative coments directed at Chesky records on other sites - over priced being one of them I guess we all live & learn:)
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Mr Scary, come to think of it I have heard some negative coments directed at Chesky records on other sites - over priced being one of them I guess we all live & learn:)

Yeah ohh well it was an interesting listen. Its now archived somewhere on my NAS I hope I never find it again hahahaha biggrin.gif
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Hyped is not the word I have for it. More like raped of my 23.00 is more like it.


i deleted it after i listened to it the first time.

thats all that need to be said.

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It is very interesting, much of it relaxing or entertaining. It's percussion only music, sounds a lot like something I would hear at one of the fairs I use to go to(or Saturday market in Portland). Not really what I would normally listen to, but fun anyway...will it be something I listen to all the time? No. But I will likely pull it up now and then when I want to abandon my currently reality a bit more completely. (probably mostly use it just to show it off to friends)

 

Ah I only wish all music was recorded in both the normal way and binaural. It could be fun to listen to something more "musical" like this. Heck, maybe someone needs to drag one of those recording heads to live classical concerts.

post #104 of 121

Try music from the Japanese group Kodo, very rewarding...

post #105 of 121

Bought this from HDTRacks and give it a listen and sounded great but.... Boring.  Waste of money in my opinion.

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