I'm mixing a scene that takes place inside of a movie theater - a heavily sound proofed one.
It's hard to describe the acoustic properties of an environment like that, but I am sure we've all been in one. Everything is much more audible due to the lack of noise pollution and there's a sense of "tightness" in the air around your head. Muffled, etc.
I was thinking of narrowing the stereo field a lot and possibly rolling off a lot of the lows since that tends to be absorbed by materials padding the walls of movie theaters.
Any other thoughts or ideas on how to make this sound good?