Proximity Effect (audio)

Proximity Effect (audio)

The proximity effect in audio is an increase in bass or low frequency response when a sound source is close to a microphone.

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Proximity Effect (audio) - Amplitude Difference
... The properties of the amplitude component that are applicable to the proximityeffect are that the contribution to the pressure difference is small and independent of frequency ... of the pressure difference is negligible compared to the phase component at all audiofrequencies ... at the low frequency (bass) end, as the audiosource is brought closer to the microphone ...

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