A simple C program for GNU/Linux systems to synthesize a sound signal with binaural beats: when listened to with headphones, the distinct frequencies of the two channels interfere in the brain to produce a difference frequency in the EEG range.
Of or pertaining to, or used by, both ears.
Literally hearing with "two ears," refers to a recording/playback system which presents the listener's ears with the acoustic waveforms they would have received at the original event. Only currently achievable with a "dummy-head" microphone and playback via headphones.
A system by which the transfer functions of the human hearing system are stored and/or reproduced, thus allowing the full 360° sound-field to be reproduced at the listeners eardrums. Go to Index. Go to Index.
A headset style that has 2 speakers—1 for each ear. Because having both ears covered allows the user to more fully concentrate on the caller without being distracted, a binaural headset is especially useful in noisy environments.
Of a sound, recorded with a localized effect. Compare ambient, localized.
Two-ear type headset
Listening with both ears.
A situation involving listening with two ears
relating to or having or hearing with two ears; "binaural hearing"
Stereo recordings that are made with microphones mounted in a dummy head and intended for playback through headphones.
Of or relating to two ears. A binaural system means that the wearer will have hearing aids for both ears instead of just one ear.
Literally, two ears, or listening through two ears. Also used to describe recordings made with a dummy head microphone, with microphones at each ear location, intended for playback through headphones or two loudspeaker with acoustical crosstalk cancellation so that the sound of each loudspeaker is heard primarily by only one ear. See Monaural.
Stereo sound incorporating information about the shadows at human ears and heads.
Two audio tracks, one for each ear (as opposed to stereo, which is one for each speaker). Binaural sounds are what we hear in everyday life.
Refers to when sound is presented to both ears (i.e., She wears binaural amplification.).
Associated with a type of recording made using a dummy head fitted with microphones located at the position of the two ears. Replay of binaural recordings via headphones is considered to enhance a sense of 'out of the head' definition in contrast to the normal 'inside the head' sound using headphones.
Using, pertaining to or involving the function of both ears.
Binaural literally means "having or relating to two ears." Binaural hearing, along with frequency cues, lets humans and other animals determine direction of origin of sounds.