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Omnis should be chosen. And if you choose a pair instead of just one (if you can't sample-accurately reproduce the clock after placing the microphone in the other ear and doing the measurement for the same azimuth & elevation), they should be calibrated so that their response is similar (complicated stuff there). If you choose to acquire binaural ...


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What you're looking for is called panning. Here's an article about panning: http://www.dawsons.co.uk/blog/what-is-panning Essentially, panning is the direction a digital sound seems to be coming from. It is literally exactly what you described in your question! Be aware that panning will only manipulate whether a sound seems to come from the right, the left,...


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I'm not sure what you mean by "mono sound" but if you're using only one speaker its gonna be hard (if not impossible) to create that effect since you would have to sample it breifly to see if it actually sounds proper. But to answer your question, it has something to do with panning, look it up, you can 'pan' left or 'pan' right which makes the sound come ...


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