3Dio Microphones in Music

3Dio Binaural Microphones Go Beyond Stereo

Standard stereo microphones and stereo micing techniques might sound good, but they don't capture the full picture of sound. They may accurately capture left and right separation, but they fail to capture front and back differences in sound as well as above and below the microphone. Where standard stereo microphones fall short, 3Dio binaural microphones shine bright! 3Dio mics provide a full 360º spherical soundscape and capture the entirety of the space for any given performance. Whether in-studio, in-home, or on stage, 3Dio microphones offer the best in 3-dimensional audio capture.


"Glorious perfection to hear the recorded sound in a DAW actually sound like it does in the room”

- John Andrew Schneider, Emmy Award Winning Composer, Arranger, Engineer & Producer


Put on headphones, click the play button, and hear the side-by-side comparison of a wonderful singing group recorded in a room with reverb and another without reverb.


The microphone used in this video is a 3Dio FS XLR Binaural Microphone.

Image Credit: Travelear | Video Credit: Filipe Dias | Performance By: @bonnieheat_on, @ladilainz, and @nadjiba_shabieva

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Use 3Dio Binaural Microphones To Record Any Instrument

Most music you hear contains multiple layers of recorded sound such as vocals, guitar, drums, piano, etc. These instrument are typically recorded with an array of different microphones, each with their own special purpose, and then mixed into the music at varying levels to product a unique signature sound. But what if you could record all the instruments with a single microphone and still produce a sonically captivating sound? 3Dio microphones are incredibly versatile and can be used to record any instrument, regardless of the timbre and characteristics.Hear for yourself! Put on headphones and enjoy this music video featuring 3Dio CEO, Jeffrey, recorded entirely in 3Dio binaural audio.

Use 3Dio Binaural Microphones To Record Any Instrument

Most music you hear contains multiple layers of recorded sound such as vocals, guitar, drums, piano, etc. These instrument are typically recorded with an array of different microphones, each with their own special purpose, and then mixed into the music at varying levels to product a unique signature sound. But what if you could record all the instruments with a single microphone and still produce a sonically captivating sound? 3Dio microphones are incredibly versatile and can be used to record any instrument, regardless of the timbre and characteristics.


Hear for yourself! Put on headphones and enjoy this music video featuring 3Dio CEO, Jeffrey, recorded entirely in 3Dio binaural audio.


Live Performances, In-Studio Sessions, and At Home

Accurately capturing a single human voice has long been one of the primary goals of many microphone makers, and a lot of them have done a great job. But capturing a large group of vocalists with a single microphone, and still being able to pinpoint the location of each individual singer is something that very few microphone makers have been able to achieve. 3Dio microphones do exactly that! The geometry of the ear design, the capsule placement, and the HRTF all contribute to the 3Dio microphone's ability to accurately capture nearly any performance and allow the listener to locate sounds around the microphone with a high degree of accuracy.


Put on headphones, click the play button, and transport yourself to an on-stage performance by the Abbe Road A Cappella choir.


The microphone featured in this video is a 3Dio FS Pro II Binaural Microphone.

Image Credit: Scott Michael Smith @ Warner Bros. Studio | Video Credit: Travelear

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