Introduction: Binaural Microphone
This project was made so that you could make binaural recordings which are recordings that are very realistic sounding. These recordings are only realistic sounding because they are recorded in a similar way that people hear sound. Also these recordings are only realistic sounding when listening with good headphones.
An example of binaural recording is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itLxXeyM2aM (this is not my video)
Originally posted by me: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:499001
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Step 1: Print All the Pieces
The files can also be found here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:499001
If you don't have a 3d printer you can get it printed at https://www.3dhubs.com/chicago/hubs/jonny
Settings: Use whatever settings you normally do, you can make the infill low since none of these are load bearing. The only part that will need support is the side_parts.stl
(2) side_parts.stl needs support material
Step 2: Buy Parts
(2) 1/4" nuts
(1) 1/4" hex bolt
(1) stereo microphone
http://www.azden.com/products/microphones/lapel-m... (similar ones were used, two of them wired together to stereo)
Optional: cotton balls
Step 3: Assembly (should Be Easy)
Glue a 1/4" nut in the bottom of the main_body
Glue a 1/4" nut in the nut_holder
Glue the nut_holder in the main_body at the top
Glue the thumb_screw_top to a 1/4" hex bolt
Glue the ears onto the side_parts (the angle of the ears should be close and the holes should line up fairly close too)Feed microphones into the main_body
Insert microphones into the side_parts left mic with left ear ect.
Insert side_parts into main_body
Optional: fill main_body with cotton balls
Put the top on the main_body
Insert the screw through the top and tighten (not too tight)
Step 4: Your'e Done