Head turning immersive audio


4560 Binaural Headset Microphone

The 4560 CORE Binaural Headset Microphone is, in its essence, a pair of 4060 CORE Miniature Omnidirectional Microphones that are mounted on two earhooks. The actual headset is ergonomically designed to fit comfortably and easily. It adjusts to fit any ear size and head shape while at the same time it mounts securely and is hardly visible. 

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5100 Mobile Surround Microphone

A completely self-contained plug-and-play solution for 5.1 audio capture. It brings engaging surround ambience to sport events, documentaries and other HDTV productions. This microphone is versatile and can be mounted in many ways:, microphone stand, suspended from the ceiling or via a handgrip.

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Surround kits

Available with 4006, 4011 or 4015 the kits all have unique features for surround sound recording. Used with the dedicated S5 Surround/Decca Tree Mount you’ll have endless of possibilities to capture the nature of the environment in which the mics are placed.

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Surround / Decca Tree Mount for Pencil Microphones

The Surround Mount is a highly versatile and stylish microphone mount. This mount provides extreme flexibility due to its unique building block design. It allows for numerous configurations while providing visual elegance.

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Immersive sound and object-based audio – and microphones

There are many ways to record immersive audio. In this article, you will find descriptions of microphone setups for the majority of immersive audio formats. It is important to define the listening setup before selecting the recording setup. In broadcast and in music production, the starting point is the ITU-775 standard listening configuration.
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Binaural Recording Techniques

The binaural recording technique builds on the principle of placing microphones on a human’s head. The microphones' position is either just outside each ear canal or at the bottom of the ear canal close to the eardrum. When you reproduce the recording and listen with headphones, the image is very much similar to “being there”. 
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