Spokane Woman’s Club

Description: 

The Spokane Woman’s Club hall is a highly reflective space with bare walls, a hardwood floor and a curved ceiling. The space is roughly 84’x42′ with an average ceiling height of about 16′. The sweep was recorded before an event and deconvolved with Voxengo’s Deconvolver. The IR turned out very well. It allowed for seamless transition between the room sound recorded during a number of events, and the IR reverb used during post-production.

Measurement Team: 

James Cadwallader

Capture Date: 

Wed, 07/12/2011

Size:

1600 m³

Source Sound: 

Swept Sine; 20 Hz – 22 kHz ; 10 Seconds

Source Sound Category: 

Swept sine (logarithmic)

Input: 

JBL Eon G1

Microphone(s): 

Rode NT4 Stereo X/Y Condenser

Space Category: 

Auditorium
Ballroom
Hall

Generation Type: 

Real World

Attribute this work to: 

www.openairlib.net
James Cadwallader
 

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