The effect room acoustics have in shaping the tonal quality of a concert performance or sound system in producing a fuller, live sound.
A term used to describe the greater feeling of depth when listening to a surround soundtrack. It could be the hum of distant machinery, the echo after a thunder clap or reverberation of a scene in a large church hall.
(pronounced "ambee-ints") The aurally perceived impression of an acoustical space, such as the performing hall in which a recording was made.
Spatial aspects of a film soundtrack that create a sense of size and atmosphere, usually reproduced by the surround speakers.
The time difference between hearing a sound directly and hearing the first reflection. Ambience is what gives an audio source a feeling of space and a sense of realism.
The characteristic sound of a location that tells the listener where he/she is i.e. concert hall, stadium, etc. The ambience is a function of the reverberation of sound.
Distinctive acoustical characteristic of a room or acoustic space due to the many sound reflections in the space (e.g., rooms that are said to be acoustically “dead” lack ambience).
Acoustical qualities of a room and its contents.
surrounding It was impossible to carry out any reliable tests because the ambient temperature fluctuated wildly ambience (n)
a particular environment or surrounding influence; "there was an atmosphere of excitement"
the atmosphere of an environment
resonating of a real or an imaginary space in which a sound occurs.
In audio this refers to the reflected and reverberant sound characteristics of an acoustic space. All rooms can be acoustically 'live' or 'dead'. Large rooms can be flattering to musical performances (concert hall) or hostile (gymnasium).
Ambience refers to a room's level of lighting, such as daylight, artificial light, etc. The higher the ambience, the brighter the projector needs to be to produce a viewable image.
the overall quality of mood, tone, or atmosphere in a film.
The acoustic characteristics of a space with regard to reverberation. A room with a lot of reverb is said to be "live"; one without much reverb is "dead."
Term meaning "atmosphere". Used with reference to sound recordings of general background noise.
Sounds such as reverberation, noise, and atmosphere that form a background to the main sound. Also called room tone, presence and atmos in Great Britain.
Room acoustics or natural reverberation.
The portion of sound that results from reverberations from the surrounding environment, rather than directly from the sound source
The acoustic characteristics of a room or area with regard to reverberation. A room with a lot of reverberation is said to be'live', one without is 'deed'.
The background sounds present at the location at which you are shooting.
As a general audio term, ambience is the background-sound quality of a listening room, surround processor, and/or recording. The ambience of a recording is what gives it space and a sense of realism. It is the sound of the "hall" or recording studio itself. The recording engineer often synthetically adds ambience if the recording environment was not reverberant enough to do the job naturally. See also Sound Field.
Background sound that surround the audio source.