In the second class of the acoustics for podcasting course we will see what sound is, how it behaves and what are the physical phenomena that accompany it. To understand the acoustics of a room and be able to treat it, we must first know the physical principles of sound and know how it propagates. We will also learn to interpret a sound wave and measure the different characteristics associated with it with the help of a sound level meter that we can download to our smartphone. In addition, we will see how the ear works since it will be our main tool to know if what we are doing works. FIJI EMAIL LIST Let’s see what this mysterious sound is that everyone hears, very few manage to see it and almost no one masters it.Let’s get to it! This content is only available to subscribers.
You can identify yourself in this link or subscribe to the courses . Cool right! Surely many of you are familiar with all this from your high school days. The frequency, the period, the wavelength … At the age of 15 all this seemed like a bummer, but now it makes sense and it even has a direct application that we can take advantage of to improve our podcast. Who was going to tell us? It’s funny how human beings need to see something in order to understand it. Unlike the image, the sound cannot be seen without a spectrum analyzer and it is difficult to understand its structure,but once we have seen it, we can imagine how it acts around us. How do I know that the exercises help some of you? Download the app that we have seen or any other that allows you to make measurements. Uae Phone Number Take a measurement of your room silently and write it down.
Look for the option “recalcitrate” and raise 20dB’s Record the measurement before and after recalibration. Observe the spectrum and detect which frequencies it has detected Repeat the same process putting a podcast with speakers Try to interpret each measurement of the sound level meter and discover how it works Thanks to this practice we will be able to understand in depth the phenomena of reflection, absorption, refraction and diffraction to deal with them later. You already know that if you have any question, do not hesitate to send it through the support form on the subscriber intranet. See you in the next lesson! 🙂 Remember that if you subscribe you will have access to all the courses and you will also be able to enjoy all the premium content on boluda.com