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Binaural Audio

Binaural audio is a recording and playback method designed to authentically replicate the human listening experience through the use of two microphones or specialized microphones, a dual microphone setup, usually embedded in a dummy head, arranged similarly to human ears.

This technique meticulously captures sound, considering spatial cues, directionality, and specific ear attributes, with the goal of emulating how the human auditory system perceives sound. When experienced through headphones, binaural audio generates a profound sense of three-dimensionality, depth, and precise localization of sound sources. This immersive approach faithfully reflects real-world listening sensations, creating a realistic listening encounter where the listener feels present in the recorded environment.

Binaural Software
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