Very realistic David, and the ultimate in lightweight rigs. If I was
travelling to India or had to travel super-light this is what I would
The one drawback with mics that clip to your cap, or glasses or
whatever, is that they will pick up any body noises including even
breathing quietly, assuming the background ambience is very quiet.
For a noisier environment you have shown that this does not matter.
I like the way I can hear which is the left foot, and which is the
right, as you walk. Listening through headphones, I needed to turn
the volume way down to get the sense of space. What a racket those
insects are making!
How did you attach the mics to your head, via a cap or what?
On 05/09/2011, at 2:12 AM, David Michael wrote:
> Recently I picked up an Olympus LS11 and the Telinga/Range Clip-
> Ons. It has
> taken me some time to come up with a rig using these elements that
> I really
> like, but I think I've got it now.
> I am extremely impressed with the performance of the Clip-Ons as
> mics and in
> their pairing with the LS11. This combination probably weighs about
> a pound,
> headphones included!
> Here is something made with the rig
> In this recording, the Clips-Ons are head-worn to record the late
> insects in Tarrytown New York as I walk toward my house down
> Benedict Ave.
> The traffic of Tappan Zee bridge is audible in the background. You
> will also
> hear the drones of passing cars and an airconditioning unit.
> This is among the first of my "binaural" experiments. How does it
> sound to
> you? Phasing problems? Do you get any sense of space or depth?