Re: Psuedo Binaural
Dan Dugan <>
Sat, 18 Jun 2005 10:55:47 -0700
There's lots of latitude in pseudo- or quasi-binaural. Bernie
recommends tying a pair of lavaliers to opposite sides of a tree
When I first got my 183s, I clipped them to my glasses frames on
either side of my head. Windscreening was a problem, but a bigger
problem was getting the mic and earphone cables tangled up with my
camera and binoculars straps.
I moved the mics to shoulder pads, and I found it to be much easier
to organize cables and windscreens there. I Velcro the mics to the
shoulders of the vest, and windscreens over. The mic and earphone
wires are pinned to the vest so they stay out of the way. Also I
think the additional spacing enhances the spatiality on speakers.
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