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  • D Corridor Recording The clear plastic on the wall will reflect the sound and help make it seem louder. 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 D corridor is a good place to record sound as it’s full of hard objects which reflect the sound. The corridoritself seemed rather quiet apart from odd noises from few conversations from people walking through it whichis an obstacle for the sound as it would be absorbed by the people and doors which would also absorb thesound. The corridor itself is a narrow environment which means that the recording would sound more not beable to travel more places. Also the corridor was a lot quieter than the canteen and had fewer objects whichwould absorb the sound being recorded.Compared to the canteen, the D Corridor is a lot louder than the canteen and seems clearer as corridor hasn’tgot many objects which the sound can be absorbed by. Even though there were a few people within thecorridor at the time, there weren’t as many people in the corridor as there was in the canteen.