Impulse Response IR recording workshop for 3rd and 4th year BSc Audio Engineering students. This was filmed in a long tall modern corridor with one floor to ceiling glass window. The corridor is located in the Goodlyburn building of Perth College, University of the Highlands and Islands. The techniques demonstrated are both high fidelity and low fidelity recording techniques accepted in the field of IR recording methodologies. A balloon being burst and sound recorded with portable handheld stereo recorder is the low fidelity, whilst the recording of a full range sine sweep played back through a reference class loudspeaker the high fidelity. In order to achieve the high fidelity technique Apple's Impulse Response Utility, Logic Pro and Space-designer were used along with reference class microphones, loudspeaker system and centrally processed from an Apple Macbook Pro. Video Tutorials on both techniques can be viewed via the Main Hub.