dratsoundLet's see what heat does to sound. Conventional #jambox speaker pointed over stove burner towards an RTA monitored by a thermal camera. Watch the RTA show the sound level as the heat changes. Fire on and sound drops, fire down and it comes back some, fire off and it returns. This is to show how a warm audience effects sound from a stacked PA system in a cold room. With live sound we deal with less heat but much longer distances. @ratsoundsystems #livesound #soundengineer #soundengineering
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- ericrivers66I guess because hot air is less dense and sound waves lose their track and dissipates? @dratsound
- dratsoundSound travels faster in hotter air causing the sound to refract away from the heat. In this case the sound goes up and to the sides.
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