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Tuesday, 03 April 2007


Bob Salmon

RE. feeling right: I still remember how freaky it felt the first time I was in an anechoic chamber. You don't realise how much your mental model of what's where around you depends on seemingly boring and unimportant echoes (until they're taken away, of course). There must be a lot of clever subconscious processing going on.

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