Holophonic Sounds are immersive audio recordings that are digitally processed to create the auditory illusion as if the listener is in close proximity to the source of audio. The theory that humans hear sounds differently through each ear was pioneered by Argentinian researcher Hugo Zuccarelli  in the s. He concluded that the brain processes sounds through reference patterns heard by each ear in order to determine which direction they are coming from. Holophonic sounds are made using a technique called Binaural recording. The head has two internal microphones meant to mimic how humans hear differently through each ear. It is built to account for both the solid brain space and the unoccupied sinus cavities that exist in the human head. Since the audio is recorded with two separate audio channels, in order to get the three dimensional effect, headphones must be worn to hear the multi-dimensional sound. On the web, video and audio clips of holophonic sounds began circulating in with the blog Interesting Thing of the Day. Web,  a psychedelic culture blog, hosted a series of clips in That year, it was also featured in the Get High Now  book.
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May 13, By John P. I thought it was so cool that I had to do some research. These are called Holophonic sounds and are made to be listened to with headphones. They are recorded with a dummy head that has two microphones, one in each ear. The shape of the head and ears must be similar to a human head. Blow Drying Download Zip : Hairdryer. Shears Download Zip : Shears. By the way, I was contacted by the guys who actually made the Virtual Haircut, and they have a new 3D Audio game coming that uses the same technology here: www.
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