What is the first reflection?

Early reflection points, first reflection points, or “mirror point” are semi-technical terms used to describe a phenomenon common to all enclosed spaces no matter the size: direct sound from the loudspeakers will arrive at the listener’s ears before the reflected sound does.

What is reflection treatment?

Reflective writing is a form of self-awareness that can both be used in treatment and continued post-treatment. Reflective writing is about learning to understand, make sense of and deal with emotions in healthy productive ways.

How do you write a first extended essay reflection?

Reflection One- Initial Stage

  1. Your ideas regarding the topic in general.
  2. The research question you have in mind.
  3. Initial background reading or research you may have conducted.
  4. Possible approaches.
  5. Initial thoughts about the answer to your research question.
  6. Roughly 100 words in length.

What do bass traps do?

Bass traps are used in listening rooms, theaters, and auditoriums to suppress or eliminate low frequency acoustic standing waves within the room. A variety of materials and techniques are used to create bass traps, each with different claims of effectiveness.

What is primary and secondary reflection?

Primary reflection examines its object by abstraction, by analytically breaking it down into its constituent parts. It is concerned with definitions, essences and technical solutions to problems. In contrast, secondary reflection is synthetic; it unifies rather than divides.

What is a second reflection?

The second reflection point is the most damaging. Reflected sound from the opposite channel speaker is mixed with the direct sound of the main speaker. It is most damaging in small rooms where the total distance of the reflected sound is less than 20 feet or the distance sound travels in 20 MS or less.

What is reflection free zone?

Reflection Free Zones are generally created through a combination of absorption and geometry, where the shape of the room focuses any reflections away from the “sweet spot” or desired RFZ. The RFZ would ideally be at the mix position in a studio control room, for instance.