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Should more studios release Binaural versions of recordings

post #1 of 5
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With the ever increasing popularity of portable audio it really surprises me that more studios are not getting in on the benifits of Binaural recordings. 

 

Is the expense of recording for Binaural so much higher than a Soundfield recording?

 

Having heard 'Explorations in space and time' I would love to have binaural versions of all my other tracks.  I know there are plugins that can simulate the effect, but are they as effective as a proper binaural recording?

 

What are your thoughts?

post #2 of 5
Well, the music & entertainment industry hasnt exactly caught on with the times.... I would love it too, I would love it if they stopped selling us these ancient 128Kb track mp3s for a dollar 30 as well.

So... we may eventually start seeing it, granted the main mass of the market hasnt gone tone deaf from using beats and skullcandy
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I find it to be more a gimmick than anything, really cool once and after that I just didn't care that much.

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Gimmick? Are you really talking about proper binaural recordings?

 

And to the OP yes I'd love to see more binaural recordings, binaural processing can sound good too but nowhere near as good IMO. 

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Originally Posted by kalston View Post

Gimmick? Are you really talking about proper binaural recordings?

 

And to the OP yes I'd love to see more binaural recordings, binaural processing can sound good too but nowhere near as good IMO. 


 

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As far as I know, yeah.

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