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    Simple Test to Observe Room Effects

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    CloudStrife

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    Simple Test to Observe Room Effects

    Post  CloudStrife on February 15th 2009, 9:08 pm

    While in your shower, face one side wall with your back to the other side wall. I don't think this will work if you face the curtain. Also, it may not work if you have an open top. My shower has a ceiling. In any case, stand like I said and sing a smooth tone through your entire vocal range. You should hear at least one pitch that is very noticeably louder than your normal voice. I found three in my range. Once you locate them, you can go slightly high and lower to see how much of a difference there is.
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    Re: Simple Test to Observe Room Effects

    Post  mobileusa on February 24th 2009, 11:04 pm

    I have a photographic memory.....not good......
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    Re: Simple Test to Observe Room Effects

    Post  CloudStrife on February 25th 2009, 12:31 am

    Did you imagine me in the shower? That's not necessary for this test. Razz And you could just as well do this fully clothed.

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