Can Immersifi provide me with 24-bit files?

< Back  – Yes. We can provide 16 or 24-bit format wav or BWF, often times at the venue after the performance has finished. – This allows our clients to take the raw material and edit, mix, or whatever they have in mind. Tags: Faq

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Will Immersifi provide me with the wav files?

< Back  – Yes, in fact, we prefer to deliver wav files rather than MP3 or other compressed format – we take fidelity seriously. – However, we also realize that some clients may have needs for different formats. – Immersifi can work with you to deliver the recordings in the format you most prefer. Tags: …

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Does Immersifi only do live recordings?

< Back  – No. We can work with studio personnel to bring binaural techniques to your studio production. Also, several of our clients have used binaural recordings as part of their finished multi-track based finished product. Tags: Faq

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Do I need special equipment to play Immersifi’s binaural recordings?

< Back  – No. Immersifi’s binaural-based recordings are two-channel format files, like almost all MP3, WMA, M4a, FLAC files and as such, will play on any device that supports these formats. Tags: Faq

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If I use speakers, will it sound less ‘real’ to me?

< Back  – The short answer is that it depends on your speakers, how ‘acoustically live’ your listening room is, and how close to the speakers you are when listening. – The long answer is that use of good headphones ensures that your ears will hear the same sound that the mannequin’s ears ‘heard’ when …

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Must I use headphones to play Immersifi’s binaural recordings?

< Back  – No. However, using headphones ensures that the recorded sound is placed at your ears – just like it was at the ears of the mannequin head. Tags: Faq

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Why are there not more binaural recordings?

< Back  – In a word, control – over the recording process and finished product. Most modern recordings are built around multi-track techniques (each instrument or vocalist having their own ‘track’ in the recording). – Multi-track recordings afford the engineer and producer tremendous control over the relative loudness, character of the sound, and quality of …

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Is the Immersifi binaural-based method perfect for all film and TV production?

< Back  – No, and if you work in film you probably already know this. Keep in mind that film production, especially location work, is often done in the presence of background noise. – Our method, while ultra-realistic, is probably not a good choice for noisy environments as it does not afford the isolation that …

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Can you provide me with Immersifi’s binaural-based audio for a video production?

< Back  – Yes. We can work with your videographer(s) to provide high-quality audio that can be overlaid with your video. The result is a video production that possesses ultra-realistic audio. Tags: Faq

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I might like to use this technique, but I don’t want to see the equipment – can it be hidden?

< Back  – Generally speaking, yes. We have engineered proprietary enclosures for our recording apparatus that does not call attention to itself. This may be of importance for example if you wish to capture your wedding vows, but don’t want to be looking at a microphone array while doing so. Likewise, we have done this …

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