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Got some Sound Professional in-ear binaural mic's

Subject: Got some Sound Professional in-ear binaural mic's
From: "ritualdik" ritualdik
Date: Sat Sep 15, 2007 2:39 pm ((PDT))
Surprisingly, I didn't get much "body noise" otherwise.  I heard
myself breathing a little throughout the recording (maybe I'm just out
of shape).


> Hi RD,

> I can't comment on the truth of this statement, but I can say that  
> using in-ear binaurals presents some tricky situations in terms of  
> the body's presence in a recording. Swallowing can be a rather  
> invasive event with in-ear mics. As can coughing, walking,  
> scratching, clothing, breathing, and other actions which can be  
> minimized with mics that are not attached to the body.
> Have fun with them.
> From,
> Zach.

"While a picture is worth a thousand words, a 
sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause

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