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10 May 2011


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Felicity Ford

Some very good points here about how the brain reassembles binaural recordings to resemble 3D space from the cues in such recordings. This is something to remember to say whenever I am writing about binaural recordings myself.

I like the illusions created by employing binaural recording techniques, but they only translate well to a listener who is listening on headphones I think.

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