Binaurally On Android, iOS, DSLR, Field Recorders, Pro Tools, Logic GoPro, and More.
HEARING IS BELIEVING.
Binaural recordings on any speaker or headphones (even Hooke Verse), Only 2-channels required.
To iTunes, Spotify, Pandora, Google Music and More. Hands Free Calling (Android Only)
RECORD 3D AUDIO WITH HOOKE VERSE
Hooke Verse is a pair of Bluetooth headphones that incorporate binaural microphones designed to capture 3D audio. Specially placed mics allow you to capture sound like you actually hear it.
Once captured, Hooke Verse’s 3D audio can be experienced on any pair of headphones or two channel system, no special speakers or algorithms required. Your listeners will feel like they’re there.
With the free Hooke Audio mobile app, you can capture 3D audio wirelessly to your iOS or Android device using Hooke’s proprietary bluetooth recording codec. With the Hooke Audio recording cable, you can capture 3D audio to any device, even if they don’t have Bluetooth.
With the Hooke Verse, your videos and recordings can have professional binaural 3D audio. Hear the difference below.
YOU HEAR THE WORLD IN 3D
WHY NOT RECORD IT THAT WAY?
BINAURAL AUDIO IS HOOKE AUDIO
Hooke Audio is changing the way we record audio on all of our devices. Binaural 3D audio changes the way we record the world. It’s time for a smartphone compatible professional quality microphone – The Hooke Verse is that microphone in a fully loaded consumer friendly package.
Compatible on Android, iPhone, GoPro, DSLR, Field Recorders and more.
3D audio recording has never been so affordable (and so much fun). How will you record the world?
Change the way you record the world.
Binaural Recording Has Just Hit A New StandardRecording Magazine
A Technological FeatMajor HiFi
A Dream Come TrueTchad Blake, Grammy Award Winning Producer
The Verse Does A Great JobPro Sound News
A New Industry Standard: Capturing Sound The Way We Hear It With HookeFox Business
Hooke Audio Has Readied Itself As A Camcorder For The BlindObserver
Using the Hooke Verse for the first time confirmed what I already knew — binaural recording is F%^&*#@ cool!TapeOp