Our ability to enjoy audio boosting sound has run the gamut of acoustics, electrical, magnetic, and digital. Today, we can enjoy the state-of-the-art sound solution to listen to music, theater performances, smartphone features, etc., all in a clear and symphonic sound that your ears can easily pick-up. Introducing the binaural 3D audio world of listening.
Binaural audio and microphone solutions captures the exact location of all sounds without having to move around to pick-up the best location to hear. The definition of binaural is having two ears. When it comes to modern technology using binaural sound, it means that your ears will pick up the original sounds exactly as it is being played.
No, this is not a stereo technology which is based on reproducing sound which creates an illusion of wavering sound directions. Binaural sound is sound that comes to your ears, no matter what direction it originates.
For example, your TV is too loud or too low. Soundwaves hit both (‘bi’) ears (‘aural’) at offbeat timing and at different volumes. First, by listening to the sounds produced by your TV, your brain tells you where the sound is coming from and secondly what the sound volume is and whether it is phonically clear or not.
Binaural as a new sound technology used wherever sound equipment is required, like smartphone photos or videos with sound, cameras with sound technology, social media streaming, and audio recordings for autonomous sensory meridian response videos, virtual reality recordings, natural field recording, and recording studios and stage, etc.
Binaural content is a 3D sound experience which can be listened to very profoundly especially with binaural headphones or earbuds. The headphones are your interactive software feature because it follows and adapts to your head progressions with the experience of authenticity, interactive phonics, and a sense of total awareness.
Use your new Hooke Audio binaural recorders, microphones, and audio products to experience a whole new listening environment. The benefits of investing in binaural recordings involves a method of recording sound using two microphones with binaural earbuds.
Binaural products have features like internal and external microphone inputs for equipment like 3D audio for iPhones and Android phones; binaural microphones that connects to active sports cameras, digital single-lens reflex cameras, or cinematic cameras.