Creators

Jordan Davies

Submission Date

15-8-2015

Resource Type

Collection (a group of items)

File Format

MP4

File Size and Duration

478MB; 11:52 min

Abstract

You may ask why is it important to understand your listening space?

When you are mixing or mastering music in one space, the acoustics of that space can dramatically change how you perceive the sound, this will lead you to making important decisions about the mix. For example if the room is resonating a certain frequency in your mix you are more compelled to turn that frequency down, once played in a different environment the audio can lack that certain frequency.

Since every space is different how do we find a standard for your control space?

Note

Jordan Davies: Composition, presenter, Audio Recording, Example film recording and Mixing.

Declan Boyd: Film Recording

Jordan Saville: Film Editing.

Film running time: 11 mins, 52 sec.

Audience

General (G) - suitable for everyone

Language

English

References

Alton Everest, F. (2001). Master handbooks of Acoustics. McGraw-Hill.

Davidson.(n.d.). http://www.phy.davidson.edu/fachome/dmb/py115/ReverbCalc.html

Nave, R. (2015). Hyper Physics http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/acoustic/revtim.html

Seng Pie Audio. (n.d). Hyper physics http://www.sengpielaudio.com/calculator-RT60Coeff.htm

Recommended Citation

Davies, J. (2015). Inexpensive Techniques to Improve a Listening Space [Bachelor's Major Project, SAE Institute]. Creo.

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