The electrification of musical instruments is now a common practice for many musicians.
Some examples of using the TB88/CR pickup for acoustic, classical guitar, lute, sitar, sarod, banjo, greek lyre, hang drum. Also, other oriental and western string and percussion instruments.
Detailed study of localization by ear and HRTF by Roger Andreu. Also, a review of the peculiarities of electroacoustic systems related to binaural hearing.
Registration techniques and the artificial head Claudia Rivel.
Experimental 3D sound system, which, despite being composed of one acoustic screen, achieves a wide sound space around the listener by eliminating acoustic crosstalk between the left and right chanels.
De Boer (USA), in the forties years of the XX century, was a pioneer in using an artificial head to record sound.
If you want to achieve the highest quality in your electrified musical instrument, to use a standard piezoelectric disk is not the best option.
The truth is that, in this specific case, it is better to invest a little more money to fully enjoy your electrified instrument.
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