The Interrogation Chamber – Amazing Binaural 3D Sound Play



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This play was recorded with two microphones placed in the ears of a dummy head thus being in binaural 3D sound. By listening to the play with stereo earphones in a quiet room you should get the same sound sensation as if you were actually on the set listening. No additional sound effect were added post recording. It was recorded, with permission, in a dismantled nuclear reactor complex 25 metres underground.

Your hearing can determine the direction of a sound from the differences in arrival time and sound strength between your both ears as well as from the “frequency filter” caused by your ears shape.

Please note that this purely fictional play contains some pretty scary and violent scenes. Do not listen to it if that can be bad for you.
Download mp3-file: http://www18.zippyshare.com/v/13113568/file.html
Download wav-file: http://www18.zippyshare.com/v/42398242/file.html
More information (in Swedish): http://medielabbsbloggen.wordpress.com/projekt/the-interrogation-chamber/

Medielabbet is a student union organised by students of the Media technology program at KTH in Sweden. The members who made this are: Anton Warnhag, David Ringqvist, Erik Sillén, Norbert von Niman & Poya Tavakolian.
Original manuscript by: Anton Warnhag
Copyright 2011 Medielabbet

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40 thoughts on “The Interrogation Chamber – Amazing Binaural 3D Sound Play

  1. I've only heard a few of these 3D sound plays but this one is by far the best. When they lean in to whisper my brain half expects to feel their breath on my ear. The only sad part is this is the only 3D sound video you have ?

  2. “They’re all silent in the beginning, like my wife, but they’re all silent in the end, like my wife” IM FUCKING WHEEZING OH MY GOD WHY IS THAT SO FUNNY

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