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Old 18th May 2012, 07:21 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by AndrewT View Post
Lay the test source on it's back in the middle of the football pitch.
Mount the microphone of a mast and hang it about 10' above the upward facing source.
Doesn't work unless you dig a pit as well, the baffle must be flush with the earth surface, otherwise you will see a pretty perfect comb filter pattern, depending of the depth of the box.
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I strongly suggest that you get a copy of a real measurement software, like ARTA. It's free as a demo version (but full featured). Then read the following tech note about measurements:

This goes in to more details about the science behind these measurements:

This is how to do it!

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