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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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Firstly, this article investigates the affective employment of binaural microphones in Bad Boy Bubby and examines how this technology crafts the aurator's journey.
After extensive testing in the lab, Johnson and his associates take their binaural head out to the test track and put it in a real car.
The desirable angular separation of the arms of a binaural array and a possible trading of coverage and resolving power are important concerns for the design of an array.
Sabe-se que, quando existe a perda auditiva em ambas as orelhas, o uso binaural das proteses auditivas e geralmente indicado [6,7], pois muitas sao as vantagens da audicao binaural, entre elas melhor localizacao da fonte sonora, somacao binaural, eliminacao do efeito sombra da cabeca, habilidade de separar os sons dos ruidos ambientais e melhor reconhecimento de fala na presenca de ruido [7].
I don't know how many will come forward as I don't know how much of a problem it is yet, but I am aware of people using these types of binaural sounds and images to alternate the brain.
When the brain is in synchronicity, there's more focus," says Carol Moore, marketing director of Monroe Products, which makes Hemi-Sync verbal meditations and music that contain embedded binaural beats.
With a lightweight design, the VXi Passport 21V binaural single-wire headset incorporates the sound quality and durability of the Passport 20 and has a single-wire design, which allows for greater range of motion.
Algorithms ranging from dynamic-range compression and directional microphones to sound classifications and binaural noise suppression are explained, providing a comprehensive explanation of signal processing approaches used in modern digital hearing aids.
Electronystagmography (ENG) revealed a direction-changing positional nystagmus, a 35% reduced vestibular response (RVR) left on alternate binaural bithermal caloric testing, and a type 2 response that revealed the RVR left on simultaneous binaural bithermal testing (figure 1).
For greater amplification o binaural set (left and right ear) is recommended but nut necessary.
In a sense, the walks supplement Surrealism's engagement with photography and film--its confrontation of the uncanny dimension of mechanical reproduction--with a post-'60s attentiveness to the embodiment of her spectators (achieved in part through the astonishingly realistic trompes d'oreilles Cardiff generates with binaural recording).
Finally, there was a suggestive tendency for sessions with the binaural beat tape to yield higher ESP scores (p = .