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binaural

[bī′nȯr·əl]
(acoustics)
Pertaining to sound that reaches the listener over two paths, to give the effect of auditory perspective.
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Practice: Select a CD of binaural beat music to match your specific stress-related symptoms at Hemi-Sync.
Either because of that, or because the binaural sounds simply didn't work for me, I felt no closer to sleep after 45 minutes.
The brain itself creates binaural beats when exposed to two sound frequencies that differ very slightly.
Monaural versus binaural discrimination for normal listeners.
The first binaural stethoscope, designed by Irishman Nicholas Comins in 1829, consisted of a series of brass tubes connected by movable joints with coiled silk placed within the joints to provide an airtight seal (1).
When speech and noise are spatially separated, the head shadow effect creates another binaural benefit, since each ear has a different signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) because of the physical placement of the head.
In reproducing this effect with two speakers, 'transaural processing' cancels undesired sound other than the binaural signal intended for each ear.
The new service features the DiMAGIC Headphone, a proprietary headphone surround reproduction system developed from research based on binaural technology and its associated reproduction technology.
He hopes that a second implant will be provided to SPC Wiggins in order to help him regain the binaural ability to hear directionally.
As ever, they are experts at creating binaural audio recordings that provide uncannily convincing experience of whispering, etc.
As you write or draw, the InkLink uses Seiko's Binaural Technology to read and send both ultrasonic and infrared signals to the computer--it both listens to and watches the pen's movement.