Two weekends ago I recorded bass, 2 guitar parts, harmonica and drums using my binaural microphone. The recordings were all good quality and the drums sounded very nice. However, because of the small size and acoustic flatness of the room the binaural microphone was not really able to shine.
I have concluded that I need to record from further back and consider the placement of each instrument in relation to the microphone and they will appear to be when listening back through head phones. The size of the space will be a crucial part in allowing reflections to develop and make the location of each instrument much more obvious.
I have also concluded that recording all of the instruments for my songs in binaural (as apposed to binaural post processing) sounds much better, so I have moved away from the style of my first three binaural pieces. The blending of artificial sounds with authentic binaural tainted the purity of the results I was getting with my 3 dio binaural mic.
So I will be recording some basic blues rock tracks with bass, guitar, drums, some vocals and harmonica. I have also considered recording some additional percussion.
The next five songs I will be recording will be much more authentic binaural.