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Building a D.I.Y. Binaural Microphone Headset

April 28, 2008

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Pro stuff is pricy, but you can build your own. See the following links for inspiration. Instructions, Parts Lists, and More: Homemade Binaural Mics: http://www.phonography.org.uk/homemade-binaural-microphones.html Art Simon’s “Stealth” Instructions: http://art.simon.tripod.com/stealth.html Another set of instructions: http://www.minidisc.org/homemade_mics.html Yet another set of instructions: http://webpages.charter.net/tidmarsh/binmic/ Wind noise mitigation: http://www.michaeloster.com/windtest2.htm http://www.quietamerican.org/links.html http://www.rockscallop.org/how/183/183mount01.html http://members.aol.com/MicDIYers/main.htm Recording samples and advice: Hear some examples: […]

More binaural lusciousness

December 1, 2007

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Okay, so here’s some more binaural lusciousness…true, the music is a little lame, but it’s got a nice video. Standard disclaimer…no pleasure without headphones, so put it on your iPod nano and bliss out. Seriously, though, this video is great…with it, all of you aspiring recording artists can see how it should be done. Just […]

The beauty and opportunity of the iPod

November 18, 2007

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I’m still torn in two directions as far as the progress we’ve made thanks to the iPod (and all of the other mp3 players, i guess, if anybody’s actually buying them). As far as I can see, it has done two things: Everybody now has headphones with them at all times. People steal awful sounding […]