All atmospheres represented below consist of binaural sounds. They are also called 3D sounds. To record them, we used specially placed microphones. They were recorder for further listening in earphones.
A typical binaural recorder includes two highly sensitive microphones adjusted to the head model and installed in the forms that imitate the ear conch. Such location allows to record all sound distortions that take place when a sound passes through the head and reflects from the outer and inner ears.
Binaural inner microphones can be directly connected to the recorder to avoid the use of the head model. The head of a person who records these sounds can be used instead.
When binaural sounds are reproduced via earphones, it creates a bright effect of presence in the atmosphere. Moreover, if you close your eyes and choose a comfortable location and temperature, this feeling of presence will be complete.