2007/07/30, 14:55:03, UTC

 Ceilidh Background Noise

This is just background noise between items in a Ceilidh. It was recorded with a horizontal-only microphone suspended over the dancefloor. This means that people passing under the mic might be expected to be reproduced as if they are within the speakers, but perhaps not as loud as expected, because they are not actually close to the mics. It would be interesting to have comments on how this comes over on various surround systems.

Source type: Recording
Ambisonic order: H (3 ch) 1st order horizontal
Recording device: MOTU Traveler and laptop
Microphone name: homemade
Array type: Native B-format
Capsule type: AKG Blue Line
Calibration method: X and Y spectrum matched to W

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