Canteen Recording The brick wall around the area we recorded is solid which enables sound to reflect back and appear louder. Also the metal table would enable the sound to reflect of it so it bounces back.The wooden chair wouldabsorb all the sound that willbe given off for therecording. In having therebeing multiple woodenchairs, this would affect thesound. The canteen is one of the places which we recorded a quote from a film, the acoustics of this room have hard surfaces which sound can reflect off. However, it also had surfaces which sound can be absorbed in. Even though there are objects such as metal tables and brick walls which can reflect sound, it gets defined as there are objects such as wooden chairs and people which absorb the sound. Even though there was not a lot of people around while we where recording the sound would still have been absorbed. Expecting it to sound louder as the hard solid objects are surrounding, the sound would not have been as loud. The size of the area of the canteen we w as in was not fairly big, however it had a huge exposure as it was a small part of the canteen. Listening back to the recording that we did, it sounded clear and fairly loud. Even thought we was in a fairly large space, there was still some noise of people talking and stuff moving around such as chairs and tables which I thought would of made a difference to the sound but knowing there was objects in the surrounding that would of reflected the sound back .