Category: Audio Recording

Binaural Sound

Stereophonic sound recording was first known as a binaural sound—and it all started with a talkie at a local cinema. A talkie was an early sound film that used a single speaker. When Alan Blumlein first discovered this device, he realized there was a way to follow the actors across the screen. This was the…
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A/B Stereo Recording

The A/B stereo recording technique, aka Spaced Pair, captures the same sound source through the two microphones it has within. These mics are located from a range of three to ten feet apart from each other. In turn, the separation creates time-of-arrival (phase) and level (amplitude) differences from the input they receive. As they get…
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