The history of the appearance of modern guitars, which people see today, originates from ancient times. Its ancestors consider those tools that were common in the countries of the Middle and Middle East a few millennia ago. And some of the representatives of this instrument are Nabble, Egyptian Kifara, Kinnor, wine and other ancient instruments that had a resonating body and a neck.
All of these instruments at that time had a hollow, rounded body, which was made from whole small pieces of wood or from the shells of turtles or dried pumpkins. And in the first half of the century of a new era, the lute, which is the closest relatives of the guitar, was quite popular. Its name is translated as harmonious and wooden. Continue reading
The term binaural is derived from two Latin words: bina – two and auras – ear. The term “binaural hearing” refers to the ability of humans and animals to determine the direction to the sound source, wherever it is: left, right, front, back, bottom or top. When listening to stereo recordings, you can also determine the direction to the sound source, but only in one horizontal plane: left or right. In 5.1 systems (e.g. home theater), the back-front sound can still be determined, but the top-bottom is already problematic.
Ideally, to accurately determine the direction to the sound source, nature should have provided for us at least 6 ears – according to the number of all directions, but we only have two. Continue reading