Presentation #206.03 in the session Stellar & Compact Objects II.
Binary systems are prevalent in both stellar clusters with high central densities and in the Galactic field. I aim to understand the effects of dynamics by presenting a systematic comparison between the evolution and properties of identical initial binary populations placed in different environments. I explore a full range of environments, from the densest stellar clusters where binaries are strongly affected by dynamical interactions, to less dense stellar clusters affected somewhat by dynamics, to the Galactic field, where binaries evolve in isolation. I present our results based on a combination of Monte Carlo dynamical modeling for dense star clusters and population synthesis for the field, and I compare them to theoretical expectations.