Kinoull Aisle, Perth

Information

Description: 
IR field recording trip Kinoull Aisle, Perth. A 16th century chapel on the site of one of the oldest known churches in Perth. The Aisle houses a monument to the Earl of Kinoull, Lord Chancellor Hay, an impressive stone sculpture nearly 6 metres in height. Thanks to the monument and the recessed windows and door the chapel has a smooth linear reverberation characteristic approximately 2 seconds long.
Measurement Team: 
Nick Green
Dr Paul Oliver
Capture Date: 
Wed, 01/04/2015
Size: 
161 m³
Source Sound: 
Balloon Pop
Source Sound Category: 
Balloon Pop
Microphone(s): 
Marantz PMD661 portable recorders internal microphones
Space Category: 
Church
Generation Type: 
Real World

Analysis

Demonstration Impulse Response: 

Waveform

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Acoustic Parameters


Octave Band
31.25 Hz62.5 Hz125 Hz250 Hz500 Hz1 kHz2 kHz4 kHz8 kHz16 kHz

Reverberation Time RT60 T30 (seconds)
6.072.632.342.252.352.041.771.411.030.83

Early Decay Time EDT (seconds)
2.031.392.292.292.672.161.771.521.130.75

Definition D50
0.100.250.210.130.210.350.330.350.470.66

Clarity C50 (dB)
-9.42-4.72-5.78-8.18-5.82-2.75-3.09-2.69-0.512.83

Clarity C80 (dB)
-3.942.04-3.99-4.96-4.05-0.46-0.800.622.446.18


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Impulse Responses

Format(s): 
Stereo (Stereo Files)
Stereo: 

Sample Rate: 48 kHz
Number of Channels: 2
Bits per Sample: 24
Duration: 2.5 s
File Size: 704.77 KB
File Format: wav
Source Sound: Balloon pop
Microphone: Alesis Palmtrack portable stereo PCM recorder
Source Location: 1 third in from rear wall
Microphone Location: 1 third in from the monument
Source Receiver Distance (m): 2 m
Source Height: 1.5 m
Receiver Height: 1.5 m
Temperature: 13 °C

Images

Photographs and Diagrams: 
Kinoull Aisle
Lord Chancellor Hay's monument

Location

Address: 
Kinoull Aisle and Burial Ground
Dundee Road
Perth, PKN
United Kingdom
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Attribution

Attribute this work to: 
www.openairlib.net
Nick Green and Dr Paul Oliver