Many have fond memories of the SynAudCon slide rule. This cardboard wonder could do many useful sound system calculations, and was once a main stay of our seminars. In the early 2000’s we replaced it with our Audio Click-Rule app … Read more
About Pat Brown
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Entries by Pat Brown
Few areas of audio have become more confusing than amplifier power ratings. We have developed a tool to remove the veil, revealing not only the power rating, but what it is based upon.
We’re now in our third decade at … Read more
These files are for the attendees of the SyAudCon Sound System Design seminar held at Messiah College.
The raw B-Format wave files can be downloaded here (358 MB).
Each of the following zip files contains a B-Format RIR, Omni … Read more
True Line Level Signals Can Clip the Power Amplifier Input Stage
Audio is a mature technology, and older than most. Its roots go all the way back to the telegraph. This would lead one to believe that the field would … Read more
Pat Brown answers the question, “Can a reflection be equalized?”. He shows through a video demonstration that it is indeed possible under some conditions. Edge diffraction in a loudspeaker is used as an example.
This is an old topic that … Read more
by Pat Brown
GratisVolver Pro™ is a major upgrade to a powerful, proven open-loop measurement process.
Early measurement systems such as TEF, MLSSA, and others did not allow the investigator to directly listen to room measurements. We depended solely on … Read more
Dodecs are the tool of choice for performing acoustical surveys of rooms of all types. Pat Brown explains sound power – an important dodec specification. Below is a video that demonstrates building a Dodec with a 3D printer.
Many audio … Read more