Corey, wouldn't you require a test sound to be recorded on the "silent"
set? I can't see a way to get useful information in the absence of
recording actual reflections of a known sound.
On 10/26/2016 12:35 PM, Corey Bailey wrote:
> Merriam-Webster defines "Ambience" as:
> : a feeling or mood associated with a particular place, person,
> or thing : atmosphere
> In the production side of the film/TV industry, the location mixer
> will often ask for "Quiet on the Set" so the room tone (ambience or
> part of atmospheres collection) can be recorded to be later used in
> post production to match ADR with the original production dialogue.
> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
> On 10/26/2016 9:29 AM, Don Cox wrote:
>> On 24/10/2016, Lou Judson wrote:
>>> The only way to measure it would be in a silence of the musicians, and
>>> subtracting the surface noise of the disc. Usually empty room time is
>>> edited out.
>> I think ambience is the complex set of reverberations and echoes
>> produced by each instrument in each position in the room.
>> It isn't the noise you might detect in the same room when it is empty.
>>> Izotope RX detects and can remove or measure it, even show you a
>>> visual representation..
>>> Perhaps if you describe why you want to knwo wecould be more helpful.
>>> Lou Judson
>>> Intuitive Audio
>>> On Oct 24, 2016, at 11:37 AM, Steven Smolian<[log in to unmask]>
>>>> Ambience of the room.
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>>>> Are you meaning signal to noise? Or the ambience of the room it was
>>>> recorded in?
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