AES E-Library

← Back to search

Spaciousness and Localization in Listening Rooms and Their Effects on the Recording Technique

Low-frequency localization and spaciousness are altered by conventional loudspeakers and positions, especially in small (40 m(3) or less) listening rooms. Many common loudspeaker placements produce poor spaciousness and reduced low-frequency separation when excited by either coincident or pan-potted recordings. When this effect is corrected electronically by increasing separation at low frequencies, coincident microphone techniques produce superior sounding recordings in a wide variety of playback environments.

 

Author (s):
Affiliation: (See document for exact affiliation information.)
Publication Date:
Permalink: https://aes2.org/publications/elibrary-page/?id=5273


(1163KB)


Click to purchase paper as a non-member or login as an AES member. If your company or school subscribes to the E-Library then switch to the institutional version. If you are not an AES member Join the AES. If you need to check your member status, login to the Member Portal.

Type:
E-Libary location:
16938
Choose your country of residence from this list:










Skip to content