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To make the experience as realistic as possible, we recorded the show with a binaural microphone. We placed the mic at the head of the table, with Paul to the left and Dami to the right, to make it seem as if you are sitting down with them while they ...
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For every Chesky Records recording session of the last five years, engineer Nicholas Prout has used a single B&K binaural "dummy head" with two mikes in its ear canals. M•A Recordings' Todd Garfinkle also keeps it simple, for each session relying only on a single pair of custom-built omnidirectional mikes. He has no mixing desk, no rows of faders and knobs for compressors and equalizers. Instead, Garfinkle tweaks the sound by moving the positions of the instrumentalists and singers relative to each other, to their positions in the recording venue, and to the mikes' positions. Rather than a sterile recording studio, Garfinkle prefers recording in churches and halls with great acoustics. In that sense, the sound of each M•A recording is specific to its venue—and Garfinkle records all over the world. The results speak for themselves: His recordings are among the best I've heard.
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Hello Headphone Manufactures,
Your market has never been more ripe with the Mobile device marketing in full rally call and 3D Binaural waiting for someone brave enough to open the cage. What do say we push the market reset button and do this correctly?

Headphones make my ears too warm. Engineering for comfort is already being practiced with success (wearing). Earbuds? No thank you.

Changing the ear material is not enough. So what can we do to make my ears happy?

#headphones   #headphone  
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The Best Android Tablets of 2016
Here's what to look for in an Android tablet, along with the top-rated models we've tested.
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Bye 3.5mm audio ~ Hello USB Type-C?
Pros & Cons

There’s a growing trend among smartphone manufacturers to do away with the 3.5mm audio jack that has long been the standard connector for a huge range of audio equipment over the past century.
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