Richard Mellish Posted January 29 Share Posted January 29 15 hours ago, Łukasz Martynowicz said: I think the following analogy is a good one: - monophonic recording lets you look into the room from across the street - you see a flat image behind a window glass - stereophonic recording places you just outside the window, so you can get a better look, with some limited perspective, but you are still behind the glass - surround systems put you on a chair inside the room, but you can only look around a bit - binaural recording let you move around the room freely and closely examine everything, but at the same time exaggerates everything in a kind of hangover intensity All fair enough, but I was commenting on the desirability or otherwise for the specific case of a concertina with some notes coming out of one end and other notes out of the other end. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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