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once it is loaded, click go.. wait 10-15 seconds.. right-click and hit rewind.. right click and hit play.. now hit go again..
IT TURNS INTO 2 THINGS MOVING..
whoever posted about microphones :S thats the olddddddddddddddddddddd way of doing it. Just adjust audio levels Left and Right"no that would produce a 1d sound, ie just left and right, thats called panning
"AMAZING on a well configured 6.1 sound system.. kinda feels like being stoned..
great find!"I think you`re missing the point, its easy to produce 3d sound with more than 2 speakers
"I`ve read about this somewhere; it`s made by using two microphones, spaced maybe 8-10 inches apart. About the same distance as someone`s ears. If I recall right, some audiobooks make use of this technique, but I cannot recall which ones. A very cool idea."yeah twin pairs, i`ve use that during recording, its suposed to give a "true" image if the sound. i suspect he`s done that with some decent mics.
by the way, im fed up with reposts
I was actually mildly "wtf?" because it sounded like tictacs and i looked behind me to see if someone was actually shaking any.. O.o
i probably would have loved this too :[
Same sounds different site.
And it really freaked my dog out for some reason.
My ears are only about 5-6 inches apart and I don`t have a really skinny head or anything.
kinda creepy though... it gave me goosebumps!
And Clayboy ruined it for me with his logic.... sheesh!
@OfflineSarahofBorg - It`s probably a very high quality audio recording, but otherwise I can`t figure out how it was made.
Not really, its only a 2 minute, 1,83 MB (1.921.075 bytes) .mp3 file
whoever posted about microphones :S thats the olddddddddddddddddddddd way of doing it. Just adjust audio levels Left and Right
Try doing it with your eyes closed and it will freak you out LOL.
you need good headphones though
mines is 100$ =)
Also I liked it a lot more when I had my surround sound set up to it.
I don`t know about you all, but I don`t want to have to wear headphones every time I watch a movie.
BTW.. uh.. yeah.. I don`t like people behind me in general. Can we not do that again? (I`m also thankful it wasn`t evil and something snapped, or popped or some shyte...)
I had a teacher who did recordings like this, but his were more impressive (flies flying around ones head for example).
Basically whats happening is the audio is being slightly delayed in a way to mimic how we isolate the direction of a sound source. It all has to do with how fast the sound gets to one ear before it gets to the other one. Our brains in turn translate this information and use it to hone in on the location the sound is coming from. So in this example, the left and right (stereo) sound waves of the shaking matches are being put out of phase (delayed) from one another, which mimics this effect. I also believe the room sound (reverberation) we hear in the recording is further adding to the effect.
that really freaked me!
oh crap. i heard noise down by my feet. now im impressed!