View Full Version : did you know its posible to locate height of sounds of recordings since the 1900?

12-10-2010, 10:40 AM
its called binaural sound

here you have a sample:


notice you can tell the height of sound

this is known since 1900

in 2010 we cant tell if a plane is low or high by the sound

pathetic and still the pro system complain of pircacy, they should pay us so we play that crap

http://videosift.com/video/Bin...ic-Video-Either-Hour (http://videosift.com/video/Binaural-3D-Sound-Music-Video-Either-Hour)

12-12-2010, 05:38 AM
but i think god must have allowed to get binaural sound supressed for a laugh:

a guy spent a hundred thousand pound sorround sound system

the voices of the characters as theyre recorded in the movie is recorded from the top of the characters(you know those mics) with a mic that is actually not even stereo but mono with two channels(since the two mics are in the same spot with which is imposible to get stero)

so if the million dollar sorround system worked as it was recorded in the movie with the mic on top you would tell the voice comes from underneath

haha but the sorround system doesnt work with this crap recording, voices seem to come from within your head this way

my rich brother paid a fortune for a sorround system which cant even locate the voice of characjters in amovie, he just got some ear candy once in a while http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/16x16_smiley-very-happy.gif

see why god allowed this old tech supressed?

hey i spent 1 million dollar in a sorround system for gaming

last generation top tech the best you can get

if i can tell if a plane is low or high?

ehehm did i tell you is supermegalultra dolby and ultra expensive? cough no i cant locate height of sounds cough

12-12-2010, 05:45 AM
think about it it tells a lot about reality nature:

with the best sorround system MONEY can buy you cant locate height of sounds

with natural sound recording like binaural and my 8 euro headphones you can

so real quality sorround sound is not got with money but just with good intentions, loke this guys: