Re: stereo microphones (David Landsberger )

Subject: Re: stereo microphones
From:    David Landsberger  <David_Landsberger(at)BROWN.EDU>
Date:    Tue, 5 Feb 2002 16:30:46 -0500

What type of equipment do you want for binaural mikeing? Stereo mikes tend to be Front/Side mikes, not at all what you want. For binaural recordings, I've always mounted two small omni microphones by my ears (a dummy head would work well, too). YOu can find a range of these mikes at core-sound ( based on either the cheap panasonic 020 capsles or the really nice B&K DPA4060/4061 capsules. As far as I know, there is no good "stereo mike" for this job. Two omnis properly placed are required. David At 04:18 PM 2/5/2002 -0500, Mingyang Wu wrote: >Dear List, > >We are doing spatial hearing research and need to buy a stereo microphone >simulating biaural hearing. However, most stereo microphones are made for >stage recording and do not fit our need. Does anyone know where I can get >this type of microphones? Thanks in advance for your help. > >Mingyang Wu >Department of Computer and Information Science >The Ohio State University ----- David Landsberger, Ph.D. Department of Psychology Brown University Providence, RI 02912

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