Why would you want to record something in binaural or 3D audio?
Well, it sounds WAY better for one, and eliminates the sub-par recordings that you may get with your expensive smartphone at a concert. Also, if you’re a sound designer, film composer, or a really slick music producer or engineer, you can start recording and adding ambient sounds or tricked out vocals to your mixes – spatially immersing the listener into your soundscape, mix or song just by recording it the way people actually hear things.
The interesting part about this is that people have been trying to achieve surround sound with mixing songs and movie scores in 5.1, or 7.1 for years now. But in order to actually make something sound really 3D, you’d have to simply record it that way. Also, the Hooke Verse employs a one-of-a-kind patented technology, which is the ability to deliver lossless, dual-channel audio over Bluetooth with zero latency (to date, there hasn’t even been a mono recording solution that can do that). Not only does it serve up intimate, flawless binaural recordings wirelessly – the Hooke Verse also syncs to any smartphone, computer or camera (Like a Go Pro or the obvious expensive camera used to shoot the Daughtry video).
The Hooke Verse is $159.99 USD, but those HD and 4K video concert recordings will be PRICELESS. For more information on the Hooke Verse from Hooke Audio, please visit the Hooke Verse product information pages on how to record binaural audio.