I am working with actor video where he unfortunately recorded on-screen in a room and off-screen in an almost anechoic space. While I have been able to get rid of a lot of the frequency differences between the recording microphones (one's a lavalier and the other is not) and can almost match the reverberation, the recording in the room is still quite boomy.
As I was listening, I remembered that in architectural acoustics class, we learned that the reason people enjoy singing in the shower isn't the reverberation, but the room modes, where wave radiation patterns amplify certain frequencies as they reflect off surfaces; think resonance. I believe that is the problem with matching my two sources.
Does anyone have any experience or hints as to how to add the modal sound to my studio version? I am only trying to match the two sources, and it's easier to add than to take away. I tried to add some reverb confined to lower frequencies, but it just didn't sound right. Does anyone have a tried and true way to add these? Delays? Some sort of resonance plugin?