Binaural soundscapes from Grand Central Station – recorded to have plenty of background (and some mid & foreground) voices without anything too recognizable – so you can add your own dialogue in the foreground, OR loop sections you like most without it being obvious. The central concourse soundscapes are fairly static – but others move at walking speed – between different locations from street level entrances, through the concourse to the platform. There’s even a couple of revolving doors and an empty escalator/platform to add your action onto. Recorded on (my) dummy head with high-quality omni mics – listening back in headphones instantly immerses you in the middle of the sound field. Binaural stereo – the next best thing to being there! And all with just two channels. So put your headphones on and take a little trip – with the Audio Ninja.
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Diane Hope is a sound recordist/audio producer who has sold her sound for major feature film sound designer and made award winning audio features for various podcasts, BBC Radio and Australian Radio National. With 14 years of experience, she specializes in high quality stereo location sound – especially binaural stereo soundscapes .. that will help you establish an immersive feel to your productions.