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Two microphone preamplifiers compared at Abbey Road Studio 2 - tube and transistor
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An example of bad audio with an analysis of the problems - Sept 2017
How not to run a recording session!
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Binaural stereo attempts to mimic the human hearing system with a dummy head (sometimes face, shoulders and chest too) with two omnidirectional microphones placed in artificial ears just like a real human head. It works well, but only on headphones. A binaural recording played on speakers doesnt work because the two channels mix on their way to the listener, spoiling the effect. There have been a number of systems attempting to make binaural recordings work on loudspeakers but none has become popular.Come on the FREE COURSE TOUR