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Binaural interaction procedures essentially evaluate how the auditory system processes the interaural time or intensity difference of one auditory event presented to both ears. Binaural interaction tasks require processing the complementary information coming from the two ears following the presentation of one acoustic signal presented simultaneously or sequentially. This is an important auditory ability to, for example, locate sound in the environment (Jutras et al., 2020).
Because our brain compares the sound entering the left and right ear and analyses the difference in level, timing, and frequency created by our head and ear anatomy, we can hear sounds in three dimensions all around us (Konishi, 2006). We may simulate binaural hearing by placing two small microphones in our ears and listening to the recordings through headphones.
Binaural recordings are frequently created with a dummy head (countless examples are available online). However, it is also easy to reproduce binaural recordings using the right software and current technology.
We only need two audio channels to play it back over headphones, and we can create the illusion of music playing around us, as opposed to inside our heads or in only one ear, as with stereo headphones.
Two-channel stereo signals are listened to via stereo headphones. A binaural headset likewise plays back two channels, but a specific binaural signal creates a 3D listening experience.
We can produce binaural audio artificially by processing a signal and placing it anywhere in three-dimensional space. When played through headphones, the sound will appear to emanate from the 3D location where the signal was placed. This is referred to as binaural rendering.
HRTF is a sophisticated mathematical formula used in binaural rendering to simulate the geometry of the head and ears. Because these shapes are unique to everyone, the binaural renderer in most applications employs an average form, with the caveat that the more significant the difference between our own shape and the average shape, the less convincing the 3D experience will seem. Therefore, there are differing opinions regarding how convincing binaural audio sounds are.
The solution is to utilise our own measurements for binaural processing, often known as individualised HRTF (a complex procedure performed in an anechoic room). This technology element is still being developed with large sums of money and effort from many companies. This means Dolby Atmos’ playback will improve significantly over the next few years as it becomes simpler to produce personalized HRTFs and import them into our playback device.