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Does binaural recording make sounds superstereo?
Old 31st October 2018
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Does binaural recording make sounds superstereo?

What do you think about a mono source, reproduced on a stereo speakers system with its original secondary channel (omni with inter-aural time difference or binaural) or with a digital fake plugin one (binaural pan)?

In case of 0 or 180 degree sound source or manipulation does it will appear wider than speakers position?
Old 12th February 2020
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What do you think about a mono source, reproduced on a stereo speakers system with its original secondary channel (omni with inter-aural time difference or binaural) or with a digital fake plugin one (binaural pan)?

In case of 0 or 180 degree sound source or manipulation does it will appear wider than speakers position?
Not really because to make it super stereo youd need to have different HRTFS on each instrument or sound - not just over the whole channel. Also Binaural is crap over speakers (aka transaural) due to cross talk, come filtering and a plethora of other things.
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