baker hall feedback experiment sample
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December 19th, 2012

At CMU, there is a building with a really long hallway that has amazing acoustics. In this experiment, I set up a feedback loop. On one end of the hallway, there is a microphone connected to a laptop. On the other end, there is a speaker connected to another laptop. The two laptops are connected via Skype calling. I play with my speaker's built in EQ, and play my violin to stimulate the resonant frequencies of the hall.

A better set up would be to use better equipment directly connected to each other, and have a stand-alone EQ to independently control what resonant frequencies are playing.

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    klankbeeld 1 year, 5 months ago

    this is so beautiful

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Mp3 (.mp3)
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04:06:100
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9.4 MB
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1378 kbps
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