Sunday, January 22, 2006

Audio Collective Experimental Podcast!

Today we do a short little podcast to test out some new recording techniques we are trying. We do not have the technology down totally but are working on it. If you want to try it yourself or help us you can read this description of what it is we are trying to accomplish and the link to the digg.com story with some truly amazing holophonic sound!
Let us know how close we are to getting it right and what we can improve on.

ac-experiment


Length 7:42

4 Comments:

Blogger Kyo Shinju said...

I dont know about this new technology. It seemed to work best in the shower with earbuds(yes I listen to the IPod in the shower).

When I got out and tried it with the Koss exspensive headphones I wasnt really impressed. It just sounded like a stero broadcast.

To me I would say the closed off exspensive headphones made me preceive less dimenson than the more open earbuds.

3:55 AM  
Blogger Audio Collective said...

thanks, that is really interesting. we are still working on stuff but
hopefull we will figure it out!
thanks,
-dave

11:16 PM  
Blogger AFinlayV said...

I just found your podcast. I love the "holophonic" sound. I just listened on a pair of Grado 225's and the effect is stunning. A couple of times I thought there were people in the room with me. Is this technique any different than Binaural sound? either way... Great show. I'm hooked

4:46 AM  
Blogger Pete said...

Hi to Dave, Corey, and Rachel! I got my binaural mics about 2 years ago, and have been recording on minidisc since then, and I have to say I cannot imagine going back to using a single mic ever! So I like the direction you are now taking with your show. I think Corey is great and I'd love to come up and jam with him and his ukelele sometime, I play a tenor guitar, it would be awesome! Anyway, you guys, I decided to do a podcast of my own, the first one is up and running at www.theomnishow.blogspot.com I think you guys will like the second recording on there I call it flybuzz. Keep up the great work and lets talk about recording techniques sometime!
Pete

2:59 PM  

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