I've listened to some of the headphone applications of this likebinaural and whatever these folks are doing herehttp://www.3d60.co.uk/index.php That demo on the 3D60 page soundsreally cool, however nothing ever sounds like it's more than a foot frommy head and nothing is ever right in front of me. Why can't they createan effect of something coming from a long distance away and gettingcloser and closer behind me? If it's all related to head transferfunction you'd think you could create any sound your ears can hear.
That was a very informative post. Thank you. I used to have a Carver pre-amp with the "Sonic Holography". I couldn't get it to do much either.
One thing that i don't understand: recording engineers must be taking the cross-talk into account when they record things, right? So if you reduce the cross-talk, aren't you messing things up further?I donno wether "3d" recordings are done with out any crosstalk or how they differ in that regard.