Setting up your own reverb chamber: The audio


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Setting up your own reverb chamber: The audio

Let's speak now of the audio equipment within the chamber. We've got loudspeakers and microphones. Loudspeakers are the sound source in the chamber, and microphones are the sound receivers. You might think that we need super tweaky high-end loudspeakers and microphones. While that would be great, history teaches us we can get away with using more average quality gear. For the speakers, dynamic range is more important than frequency response. That is to say, it's less important that the loudspeaker be accurate and flat from low to mid to high frequencies, and it's more important that the loudspeaker be capable of high sound pressure levels.

We choose loudness over accuracy. We need to energize the room fully, so sound reinforcement loud speakers are probably more useful than consumer hi-fi speakers. In fact, if you happen to have extra stage monitors or small loudspeakers on sticks used for small sound reinforcement situations, those could be ideal for setting up a chamber. A...

Setting up your own reverb chamber: The audio
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