Pretty close. I think I hear differently, or more accurately perceive differently or maybe even wired differently since I come from Mars.and that was my point.
“a) a microphone is a more accurate device than our ears
b) we can simulate two ears with two microphones arranged in a fake head”
and yet the one MAJOR thing NO ONE can duplicate is the human brain.
there is NOTHING on this planet that can replicate human perception. it doesnt matter what processors, what mics, how loud, how clean...the biggest variable IS the human brain.........and EVERYONE’S brain is different.
hash it out however you want. it still wont make any sense because of that one large variable...the human mind.
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I've told this story many times, in that I was exposed to live, large scale, unamplified music since the age of three .... 1947. Mostly big band then and classical a few years later. It was at least a decade before I listened to any amplified music or 'studio' creations. All of those venues sounded different and of course seats within the venue, which of course can affect tonality, dynamics, etc., but all of them included, for no extra charge, the sound of the space …. back wall, side walls, ceiling, HVAC, etc. How I listen / hear / perceive might be different. It's obvious just from how my system / speakers are placed that I'm nuts. Its sorta like a 3-D projector and you hear absolutely nothing 'coming out' of the speakers. Caveat: unless an object is hard panned all the way right or left. Then the image is on the face of the speaker and game over for me.
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