Re: [PanoToolsNG] Totally OT - Very impressive audio immersion
- View SourceThis got me thinking of one of my old favorite tunes: "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida"
by Iron Butterfly.
The drum-solo on the 17:05 minute long LP-version (not the single-version)
gives a really amazing feeling of beeing in a 3D soundspaces when you use
And it was done in "low tech" 1968 ;-)
- View Sourcethis is VERY IT, for me at last.
Fabio Bustamante ha scritto:
> Yesterday I received from a friend a link for an audio clip of a
> "virtual haircut" that demonstrates some great immersive effects. The
> experience was so pleasant and so impressive that I would love to share
> with you guys. My apologise for those who don't like OT messages... give
> it a try, you will enjoy it! :-)
> A pair of headphones is mandatory for the experience - using speakers
> will spoil it. Use the better headphones you can.
> Put on the headphones, set up a decent volume (a slightly higher volume
> will make it more effective), then just hit the play button. Keeping the
> eyes closed is mandatory too! The beginning is not extraordinary, but
> expect some wild sensations latter on. It's a 5 min ride.
> I have no idea of what's the trick for recording such effects... but I
> wonder how would it feel to have this kind of enviromental sounds within
> Hope you enjoy it!
- View SourceHi Flemming,
> "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida"What a synergy, Flemming. Just when i finished writing this I thought of
> by Iron Butterfly.
this very song! I looked it up on youtube.com and found lots of samples.
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- View SourceMilko Amorth wrote:
> No effects. Binaural stereo sound. 2 micro phones in each earMilko is right. If you have lotsa money, get "Fritz" (Neuman KU100):
> of a dummy head, really.
But I'm cheap, so I use tiny microphones clipped to the arms of my
sunglasses next to my ears. Not as spatially 3D-accurate as "Fritz",
but good enough for sounds located > 4m away.
Back in the dark ages I used to use Coresound binaural mics:
... good for loud stuff, but useless for natural recordings (poor
Consequently, about six years ago I made my own rig using a pair of DPA
4060-BM miniature mics:
Much better noise-floor dB.
Now that I am no longer doing VR and have a real job which pays real
money..., I plan on eventually upgrading my sound rig to a fully
solid-state 24-bit recorder and a pair of much better compact mics.
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