Main Forums >> Production - Mixing, Mastering, Gear & Techniques
        Print Thread

Pages: 1 | 2 | (show all)
Anonymous
Unregistered




Binaural Dummy Head new
      #973496 - 01/03/12 11:37 PM
Hi, I wonder if there are any cheaper options on those dummy heads for recording binaural sounds. Last time I checked they cost a fortune, but I don't know if that's because they had extra-good mics in. But I'm happy enough with my binaural mics, so it's just the head.

Short of grave robbery or cutting the snout off a pig's head from the butchers, I'm not sure what the options are. I'd like to record outdoors with it. If it's too expensive, I won't dare take it out with me (not even to the opera) or I might fall in love with it like the last one, and get arrested! I'm not too fussy about its looks as long as it's not embarrassing.

I want to play instruments to it (serenade it under the window) to capture what an audience member would hear if he/she had a plastic head.

Cheers

(No, I do want one)


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Anonymous
Unregistered




Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #973497 - 01/03/12 11:50 PM
Blimey!

http://www.digdagga.com/dummy/


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
turbodave



Joined: 25/04/08
Posts: 2430
Loc: derbyshire uk
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #973505 - 02/03/12 12:08 AM
Yeah! but come on , you create a monster and look what happens ..he resents you, kills locals due to being misunderstood and ultimately kills himself as a result of self loathing , but not before killing you cos you made him soooo UGLY! its not worth it! and all for some binaural action! dave

--------------------
My head hurts!


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Pangloss
new member


Joined: 11/07/01
Posts: 736
Loc: London
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: turbodave]
      #973522 - 02/03/12 08:10 AM
Hi J.A.S.

I regularly use a setup I have made myself for binaural recording which is very effective. I simply put two Oktava pencils with omni capsules on a stereo bar and place a plyloard/deadsheet/foam baffle with a small hole in between them. I once stuck a pair of fake Mr Spock ears to each mic to try and get the early reflection thing going but I did not notice a huge improvement in realism.

I'm thinking about getting an old shop dummy head, filling it with gel and sinking a couple of silver bullets into it. Or digging up corpses.

The setup I use already works really well for me as an ambient room mic. Just pan all close mics to the same positions in the stereo field as what you hear in the binaural channel and everything comes to life. I haven't had any problems with mono compatibility.

--------------------
'These are my principles and if you don't like them...well, I have others' (Groucho Marx) www.ownlittleworld.net/tunes.html


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
MarkOne



Joined: 15/02/07
Posts: 1165
Loc: Bristol, England, Earth, Perus...
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: Pangloss]
      #973526 - 02/03/12 08:48 AM
Quote Pangloss:


I'm thinking about getting an old shop dummy head, filling it with gel and sinking a couple of silver bullets into it. Or digging up corpses.






I think the sliver bullets are only necessary if you're going to be dealing with Werewolves. For regular zombies, I believe shotguns are the way to go.

... I'll get me coat.

--------------------
New album 'Fantasy Bridge' available now!
Making of Fantasy Bridge Diary


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Hugh RobjohnsAdministrator
SOS Technical Editor


Joined: 25/07/03
Posts: 22276
Loc: Worcestershire
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #973529 - 02/03/12 09:33 AM
The kind of polystyrene manikin head used for wigs and the like would be a good place to start if it has to look head shaped -- but try to find one that is as life size and of normal proportions as possible. Some are slightly smaller than normal and often strangely elongated and alien-like!

But actually, because everyone's head is a slightly different size anyway, and everyone's ears are different, I'm not convinced that there is an ideal head shape, and a head approximation is just as good from the acoustic point of view.

You can experiment with a flat baffle disc (as in a Jecklin disc), and then start adding foam or polystyrene to it to 'flesh out' the sides to transform it more towards the flattened sphere shape of a human head.

Hugh

--------------------
Technical Editor, Sound On Sound


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
James PerrettModerator



Joined: 10/09/01
Posts: 10874
Loc: The wilds of Hampshire
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #973549 - 02/03/12 10:35 AM
Mike Skeet is probably the best authority on budget binaural recording. I'm not sure whether he has any current web pages but I found

http://web.archive.org/web/20060502033152/http://www.britishmusiclabel.com /info/binaural.html

which has a few tips.

James.

--------------------
JRP Music - Audio Mastering and Restoration.
http://www.jrpmusic.net


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Hugh RobjohnsAdministrator
SOS Technical Editor


Joined: 25/07/03
Posts: 22276
Loc: Worcestershire
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: James Perrett]
      #973560 - 02/03/12 11:12 AM
Yes, it's quite amazing what he manages to achieve with some plywood and a couple of kitchen sieves!

Hugh

--------------------
Technical Editor, Sound On Sound


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
ef37a



Joined: 29/05/06
Posts: 6941
Loc: northampton uk
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #973564 - 02/03/12 11:24 AM
Nah! You don't need anything that special. Stick the mics out of holes cut in a Sainsburies wine carton* and stuff carton with old socks.

Even crap mics and Dolby B cassette gives really scarey results!

Dave. *I mean the cartons the bottles come in NOT the wet stuff!


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Pangloss
new member


Joined: 11/07/01
Posts: 736
Loc: London
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: MarkOne]
      #973576 - 02/03/12 12:17 PM
Quote MarkOne:


I think the sliver bullets are only necessary if you're going to be dealing with Werewolves. For regular zombies, I believe shotguns are the way to go.

... I'll get me coat.




A wolf's head would markedly improve the top end, I reckon.

--------------------
'These are my principles and if you don't like them...well, I have others' (Groucho Marx) www.ownlittleworld.net/tunes.html


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Anonymous
Unregistered




Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #973630 - 02/03/12 04:22 PM
Thanks for all the advice. I'm happily surprised it's not as difficult as I'd thought!

The Jecklin Disk approach might be a better option for me since you can use larger mics and it is supposed to translate well to speakers too:

The disk has to be a 2 cm thick muffling layer of soft plastic foam or wool fleece on each side, 35 cm in diameter; the distance between the microphones should be 36 cm.

wikipedia: "The concept is to make use of the baffle to recreate some of the frequency-response, time and amplitude variations human listeners experience, but in such a way that the recording also produces a useful stereo image through loudspeakers."


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
John Willett
Sound-Link ProAudio


Joined: 07/03/00
Posts: 12498
Loc: Oxfordshire UK
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: James Perrett]
      #973703 - 02/03/12 09:48 PM
Quote James Perrett:

Mike Skeet is probably the best authority on budget binaural recording. I'm not sure whether he has any current web pages but I found

http://web.archive.org/web/20060502033152/http://www.britishmusiclabel.com /info/binaural.html

which has a few tips.

James.




Mike Skeet has quite a few interesting articles on-line on the Saturn Sound website HERE.



--------------------
John - Sound-Link ProAudio
President - Federation Internationale des Chasseurs de Sons


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
John Willett
Sound-Link ProAudio


Joined: 07/03/00
Posts: 12498
Loc: Oxfordshire UK
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #973704 - 02/03/12 09:53 PM
Quote J.A.S:



The Jecklin Disk approach might be a better option for me since you can use larger mics and it is supposed to translate well to speakers too:




The Schneider Disk may be a better option as it has a "ball' in the middle and more closely approximates the human head.





--------------------
John - Sound-Link ProAudio
President - Federation Internationale des Chasseurs de Sons


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Bob Bickerton
active member


Joined: 20/12/02
Posts: 3196
Loc: Nelson, New Zealand
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #973718 - 02/03/12 11:16 PM
Well seeing as we've strayed into the land of Schneider Disks, I happened to have made my first one this week for a String Quartet recording (Being discussed in this thread: String Quartet - input from John 'Schneider' Willet welcome!).

Here's some photos of my set up:







Construction method:

250mm diameter disk of 25mm thick high density neoprene foam.

150mm diameter polystyrene ball

Black Fluff

Cut the ball in two (well 20mm either side of its equator).

Stuck the ball halves onto the foam disk.

Covered in black fluff

Took half an hour, probably cost a tenner!

Sounds fine!

Bob

--------------------
www.bickerton.co.nz


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
The Elf
active member


Joined: 14/08/01
Posts: 9706
Loc: Sheffield, UK
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: Bob Bickerton]
      #973750 - 03/03/12 08:43 AM
I'm always impressed at how resourceful you are Bob!

Where did you find all the bits to do this? I can't imagine walking into my local store and asking for a polystyrene ball and some black fluff!!

--------------------
An Eagle for an Emperor, A Kestrel for a Knave.


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Bob Bickerton
active member


Joined: 20/12/02
Posts: 3196
Loc: Nelson, New Zealand
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: The Elf]
      #973767 - 03/03/12 11:05 AM
It's a kiwi thing. Its an attitude of being able to make anything from some number 8 wire and a piece of 4 x 2!

Wasn't that hard really, foam from a place that sells foam, polystyrene ball from a boat supplier and fluff from a place that sells fabrics.

Bob

--------------------
www.bickerton.co.nz


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Martin WalkerModerator
Watcher Of The Skies


Joined: 28/02/01
Posts: 17716
Loc: Cornwall, UK
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: Hugh Robjohns]
      #974285 - 05/03/12 09:47 PM
Quote Hugh Robjohns:

Yes, it's quite amazing what he manages to achieve with some plywood and a couple of kitchen sieves!

Hugh




Some musicians have scored dance tracks using less percussion gear


Martin

--------------------
YewTreeMagic


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Anonymous
Unregistered




Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #999359 - 23/07/12 12:39 PM
Hello, I'm finally getting around to doing this now.

I'd like to capture convincing directional effects throughout 360 degrees though. I mean, I want something recorded from behind the dummy head to sound like it is behind the listener.

So I'm wondering: Do I need to make realistic ear'oles for the (small in-ear binaural) mics and position the mics slightly forward?

Thanks


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
ef37a



Joined: 29/05/06
Posts: 6941
Loc: northampton uk
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #999371 - 23/07/12 01:35 PM
Quote Josif A. Soterίou:

Hello, I'm finally getting around to doing this now.

I'd like to capture convincing directional effects throughout 360 degrees though. I mean, I want something recorded from behind the dummy head to sound like it is behind the listener.

So I'm wondering: Do I need to make realistic ear'oles for the (small in-ear binaural) mics and position the mics slightly forward?

Thanks



I don't think you need to do much other than attach the mics facing out of the head. It is many years ago now but I remember I just taped a pair of very cheap dynamics to some headphones and wore them and the results were scarily real. Folks talking outside the front window really WERE outside the window and I distinctly remember my wife rattling about in the kitchen, ~350drgs behind me being solidly in position and at the correct distance.

All that done on a Sony "pro" Dolby cassette. (must have another dabble with my AKG P150s and the NI Ka6!)

Dave.


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Hugh RobjohnsAdministrator
SOS Technical Editor


Joined: 25/07/03
Posts: 22276
Loc: Worcestershire
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #999376 - 23/07/12 01:53 PM
Quote Josif A. Soterίou:

I want something recorded from behind the dummy head to sound like it is behind the listener.




That's easy! it's getting things in front of the dummy head to sound like they're in front that the trouble starts!

The thing is that humans have evolved to use sight as the primary source of information. Consequently, when listening to dummy head recordings most people hear things behind them, but struggle to believe things are in front because they can't see them!

Quote:

Do I need to make realistic ear'oles for the (small in-ear binaural) mics and position the mics slightly forward?




No. Two reasons: 1. everybody's ears are a different shape, and that shape is critial in their perception of where a sound is coming from. So you'll never be able to come up with a shape that works properly for everyone. 2. The mics will already suffer enough self-shadowing at HF for sounds from behind anyway.

hugh

--------------------
Technical Editor, Sound On Sound


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Jack Ruston



Joined: 21/12/05
Posts: 4579
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #999400 - 23/07/12 03:49 PM
You've got to use a pig's head, if only for the effect on the performers.

J

--------------------
www.jackruston.com


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
John Willett
Sound-Link ProAudio


Joined: 07/03/00
Posts: 12498
Loc: Oxfordshire UK
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #999426 - 23/07/12 07:04 PM
Quote Josif A. Soterίou:

Hi, I wonder if there are any cheaper options on those dummy heads for recording binaural sounds. Last time I checked they cost a fortune, but I don't know if that's because they had extra-good mics in. But I'm happy enough with my binaural mics, so it's just the head.

Short of grave robbery or cutting the snout off a pig's head from the butchers, I'm not sure what the options are. I'd like to record outdoors with it. If it's too expensive, I won't dare take it out with me (not even to the opera) or I might fall in love with it like the last one, and get arrested! I'm not too fussy about its looks as long as it's not embarrassing.

I want to play instruments to it (serenade it under the window) to capture what an audience member would hear if he/she had a plastic head.

Cheers

(No, I do want one)




I use the MBHO Schneider disk for this (the MBHO Jecklin disk is also OK).

Alternatively, get a pair of artificial ears and a polystyrene wig stand and mount the ears in the head.

3rd option - talk to Mike Skeet.

--------------------
John - Sound-Link ProAudio
President - Federation Internationale des Chasseurs de Sons


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Martin WalkerModerator
Watcher Of The Skies


Joined: 28/02/01
Posts: 17716
Loc: Cornwall, UK
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: Jack Ruston]
      #999432 - 23/07/12 08:33 PM
Quote Jack Ruston:

You've got to use a pig's head, if only for the effect on the performers.

J




No, that's only for horror film effects Jack

Classical music needs a dummy head wearing a long wig, and for metal music the head also needs to be mounted on an hydraulic ram to capture the head-banging effects


Martin

--------------------
YewTreeMagic


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Anonymous
Unregistered




Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: Hugh Robjohns]
      #999446 - 23/07/12 09:49 PM
Quote Hugh Robjohns:

Quote Josif A. Soterίou:

I want something recorded from behind the dummy head to sound like it is behind the listener.




That's easy! it's getting things in front of the dummy head to sound like they're in front that the trouble starts!




Oh. It's just that a lot of the pro dummy heads seem to have ears on. In my case, the in-ear mics face outwards when placed in real ears, but I'd like to use these in the dummy head. Without any protrusions for the ears, what would determine to the listener which is the back and which is the front?

I was introduced to this concept years ago from an example CD from a book on psychoacoustics. A man rattled keys around the dummy head and the direction was really convincing around the whole 360 degrees. That was pretty close up though I think.

Cheers.


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Martin WalkerModerator
Watcher Of The Skies


Joined: 28/02/01
Posts: 17716
Loc: Cornwall, UK
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #999502 - 24/07/12 09:43 AM
Quote Josif A. Soterίou:

I was introduced to this concept years ago from an example CD from a book on psychoacoustics. A man rattled keys around the dummy head and the direction was really convincing around the whole 360 degrees. That was pretty close up though I think.




Hi Josif!

I wonder if that particular example works so well because it's a continuous sound that moves around you, so your ears 'follow' it more easily and fill in any gaps where the psychoacoustics start to wear a bit thin.

Spot effects from the back on the other hand may be more difficult for the brain to pinpoint (after all, we tend to move our heads to help localise objects that we can't see, and that approach doesn't work with headphones on).


Martin

--------------------
YewTreeMagic


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Hugh RobjohnsAdministrator
SOS Technical Editor


Joined: 25/07/03
Posts: 22276
Loc: Worcestershire
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: Martin Walker]
      #999512 - 24/07/12 10:17 AM
I was about to say the same thing. Thanks Martin!

hugh

--------------------
Technical Editor, Sound On Sound


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
John Willett
Sound-Link ProAudio


Joined: 07/03/00
Posts: 12498
Loc: Oxfordshire UK
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #999526 - 24/07/12 11:38 AM
With all this talk on Dummy Heads. maybe SOS should get Mike Skeet to write on the subject - his dummy heads are (in)famous.




--------------------
John - Sound-Link ProAudio
President - Federation Internationale des Chasseurs de Sons


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Anonymous
Unregistered




Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #999539 - 24/07/12 12:16 PM
Thanks. So all I need to do is point the binaural in-ear mics slightly forward then?

(I made a Papier-mâché head last night out of a head-sized balloon. I've got loads of paste left so I was thinking of pouring it into balloons and putting them inside the head to account for meaty gubbins. Don't know it it's worth the hassle.


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Anonymous
Unregistered




Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #999766 - 25/07/12 02:11 PM
"Don't know if it's worth the hassle"... I meant to fill the dummy head in , so to speak. I was thinking about leakage through a hollow dummy head being an issue.


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Hugh RobjohnsAdministrator
SOS Technical Editor


Joined: 25/07/03
Posts: 22276
Loc: Worcestershire
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #999812 - 25/07/12 06:33 PM
I'd be more worried about it resonating! Fill it with foam at the very least.

Hugh

--------------------
Technical Editor, Sound On Sound


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Anonymous
Unregistered




Re: Binaural Dummy Head [Re: Hugh Robjohns]
      #999932 - 26/07/12 12:56 PM
Quote Hugh Robjohns:

I'd be more worried about it resonating! Fill it with foam at the very least.

Hugh




I did make it egg-box thin with the intention on filling it with something. I suppose I could do with that squirt-in foam. I'll be using it outdoors in a field, both close up and from a distance (although I might just use a stereo mic setup for the distant sounds). I didn't follow the advice of a polystyrene head because I thought it'd be too lightweight for outdoor use.

Thanks


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Martin WalkerModerator
Watcher Of The Skies


Joined: 28/02/01
Posts: 17716
Loc: Cornwall, UK
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #999976 - 26/07/12 04:19 PM
I wouldn't have thought 'lightweight' was a problem here (certainly not from the audio point of view).

As long as you can attach some sort of base to it so that the polystyrene head doesn't fall over in use then it should work well.

Actually, a telescopic camera tripod would probably work quite well.


Martin

--------------------
YewTreeMagic


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
ef37a



Joined: 29/05/06
Posts: 6941
Loc: northampton uk
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: Martin Walker]
      #1000054 - 27/07/12 04:02 AM
http://www.maplin.co.uk/8-section-mini-tripod-45374

I bought two similar units from them a few years ago, remarkably robust for the money.

Dave.


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
John Willett
Sound-Link ProAudio


Joined: 07/03/00
Posts: 12498
Loc: Oxfordshire UK
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ef37a]
      #1000102 - 27/07/12 10:36 AM
Quote ef37a:

http://www.maplin.co.uk/8-section-mini-tripod-45374

I bought two similar units from them a few years ago, remarkably robust for the money.

Dave.




Yes, I have something like this that I carry around for my Olympus LS-10, LS-20M and Nagra SD - excellent, compact and cheap.

--------------------
John - Sound-Link ProAudio
President - Federation Internationale des Chasseurs de Sons


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Martin WalkerModerator
Watcher Of The Skies


Joined: 28/02/01
Posts: 17716
Loc: Cornwall, UK
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #1000172 - 27/07/12 05:58 PM
Agreed - I bought my little tripod from LIDL and it was under £10 but works well


Martin

--------------------
YewTreeMagic


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Distracted



Joined: 20/01/08
Posts: 106
Loc: London England
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: Martin Walker]
      #1000180 - 27/07/12 07:07 PM
Hi All

just thought i would mention these little wonders from Roland for discreet binaural recording.

Roland CS-10EM - They are in ear headphones with the mics built on the outer casing - worth a look.

I haven't used them but they are on my list!

Kenny


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
ZukanModerator
Zukan


Joined: 12/09/03
Posts: 9367
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: John Willett]
      #1000444 - 29/07/12 02:20 PM
Quote John Willett:



3rd option - talk to Mike Skeet.




Emailed the dude twice and nada. Probably very busy or on location recording.

--------------------
Samplecraze
Stretch That Note


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
ZukanModerator
Zukan


Joined: 12/09/03
Posts: 9367
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #1000448 - 29/07/12 02:36 PM
Josif, I have been going down the binaural route for some time now and have developed some techniques for my new business venture.

Either way, the Digga site is owned by Jeff and he has been helpful in getting info across re custom builds to spec. He has the following dummy head which I quite like and have been trying to source here in the UK:





--------------------
Samplecraze
Stretch That Note

Edited by Zukan (29/07/12 03:10 PM)


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
John Willett
Sound-Link ProAudio


Joined: 07/03/00
Posts: 12498
Loc: Oxfordshire UK
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: Zukan]
      #1000484 - 29/07/12 08:42 PM
Quote Zukan:

Quote John Willett:



3rd option - talk to Mike Skeet.




Emailed the dude twice and nada. Probably very busy or on location recording.




Mike's e-mail has been off for about a year - he has been having major problems with it.

I have PM'd you his telephone number.

--------------------
John - Sound-Link ProAudio
President - Federation Internationale des Chasseurs de Sons


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
ZukanModerator
Zukan


Joined: 12/09/03
Posts: 9367
Re: Binaural Dummy Head new [Re: ]
      #1000518 - 30/07/12 06:58 AM
Thanks for that John.

--------------------
Samplecraze
Stretch That Note


Post Extras: Print Post   Remind Me!   Notify Moderator     Back to top
Pages: 1 | 2 | (show all)

Rate this thread

Jump to

Extra Information
0 registered and 11 anonymous users are browsing this forum.

Moderator:  David Etheridge, James Perrett, zenguitar, Martin Walker, Hugh Robjohns, Zukan, Frank Eleveld, SOS News Editor 
Forum Permissions
      You cannot start new topics
      You cannot reply to topics
      HTML is enabled
      UBBCode is enabled
Rating:
Thread views: 17531

December 2014
On sale now at main newsagents and bookstores (or buy direct from the
SOS Web Shop)
SOS current Print Magazine: click here for FULL Contents list
Click image for December 2014
DAW Tips from SOS

 

Home | Search | News | Current Issue | Tablet Mag | Articles | Forum | Blog | Subscribe | Shop | Readers Ads

Advertise | Information | Privacy Policy | Support | Login Help

 

Email: Contact SOS

Telephone: +44 (0)1954 789888

Fax: +44 (0)1954 789895

Registered Office: Media House, Trafalgar Way, Bar Hill, Cambridge, CB23 8SQ, United Kingdom.

Sound On Sound Ltd is registered in England and Wales.

Company number: 3015516 VAT number: GB 638 5307 26

         

All contents copyright © SOS Publications Group and/or its licensors, 1985-2014. All rights reserved.
The contents of this article are subject to worldwide copyright protection and reproduction in whole or part, whether mechanical or electronic, is expressly forbidden without the prior written consent of the Publishers. Great care has been taken to ensure accuracy in the preparation of this article but neither Sound On Sound Limited nor the publishers can be held responsible for its contents. The views expressed are those of the contributors and not necessarily those of the publishers.

Web site designed & maintained by PB Associates | SOS | Relative Media