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Dual Microphone recordings for sound localization lab exercise

Started by Robert Rozman November 7, 2008
Hi,

I'd kindly for pointers if such binaural recordings are available to public 
somewhere ?

I'd love to have recordings from two microphones (spaced from each other) 
and several different positions of sound source...

I'd use it for lab exercises...

Thanks in advance,

regards,

Rob.


On 7 Nov, 13:43, "Robert Rozman" <roz...@fri.uni-lj.si> wrote:
> Hi, > > I'd kindly for pointers if such binaural recordings are available to public > somewhere ? > > I'd love to have recordings from two microphones (spaced from each other) > and several different positions of sound source... > > I'd use it for lab exercises...
These kinds of recordings are routinely done in acoustics labs, usually in anechoic chambers. Anechoic chambers may be few and far between, but you might be lucky - check with your local university if they have one you can use. Rune
Hi Rob,

For portable use, take a look at the CoCo-80. It records up to 8
channels simultaneously up to 102.kHz. (www.go-ci.com)

For non-portable use, look at many kinds of PC-based dynamic data
acqusition systems such as: www.lds-group.com, www.ni.com

James
www.go-ci.com
Robert Rozman wrote:

> I'd kindly for pointers if such binaural recordings > are available to public somewhere ?
I have heard the term 'binaural recording' used to describe two microphones inside a fake head such that they record the sound that your two ears might hear. When listened to through headphones it is supposed to make a very realistic reproduction. -- glen
On Nov 8, 1:43&#2013266080;am, "Robert Rozman" <roz...@fri.uni-lj.si> wrote:
> Hi, > > I'd kindly for pointers if such binaural recordings are available to public > somewhere ? > > I'd love to have recordings from two microphones (spaced from each other) > and several different positions of sound source... > > I'd use it for lab exercises... > > Thanks in advance, > > regards, > > Rob.
Maybe, but if you use anechoic recordings it glosses over the real problems of reverberation. You would need to do anechoic and in a real environment. Hardy
On Nov 8, 6:00&#2013266080;pm, HardySpicer <gyansor...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 8, 1:43&#2013266080;am, "Robert Rozman" <roz...@fri.uni-lj.si> wrote: > > > Hi, > > > I'd kindly for pointers if such binaural recordings are available to public > > somewhere ? > > > I'd love to have recordings from two microphones (spaced from each other) > > and several different positions of sound source... > > > I'd use it for lab exercises... > > > Thanks in advance, > > > regards, > > > Rob. > > Maybe, but if you use anechoic recordings it glosses over the real > problems of reverberation. You would need to do anechoic and in a real > environment. > > Hardy
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