Dead spot

A place in which a sound waves are canceled by reflections arriving out of phase with the wanted signal thus creating an area of silence or poor audibility.

In the process of recording audio, a dead spot is an area where sound waves are canceled by the reflections arriving out of phase with the expected signal. This creates a zone of poor audibility or even silence.

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Dead spot
resources
  • What are dead spots in auditoriums? on papertrell.com
  • Recording Vocals at Home: 9 Big Mistakes and How to Avoid Them on landr.com
  • 7 Solutions to Common Wireless Microphone Problems for Event Planners on audiolinks.com
  • Fixing Small Studio Acoustics Problems on audiogeekzine.com
  • The Importance of Room Acoustics on alesis.com
credit
  • Image: public domain — from flic.kr
Last modified on October 5, 2020, 10:34 pm
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