It's called binaural recording and it works like this: a microphone that is shaped like your head (spherical) and has ears records sounds the way humans actually hear things.
When played back through regular stereo headphones, our highly-evolved brains decipher the sounds and â€œhearâ€ the recording the way we normally would.
Listen to the sound in this video to experience binaural recording. If you like, maybe you can purchase this microphone from Otokinoko for $3899.
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