Room Acoustics Testing - Do I Need a Sub?

Prior to designing a sound system, the room acoustics needs to be tested. Pat Brown answers the question, Do I need a sub when testing the acoustics in the room? You will also learn what Pat uses in his test kit.

Divide and Conquer - The Schroeder Frequency

by Pat Brown Not all sound energy in a room is reverberation.…

A Contrast of Statistical and Geometric Room Acoustic Analysis

by Pat Brown Statistical and geometric room acoustics analysis…

Richard Heyser on TDS

How Much Do Seat Cushions Matter? Listen For Yourself.

Here's an interesting study posted to the SynAudCon Forum from…

Small Room Acoustics in the Zoom Era

by Pat Brown Solving the acoustical problems of small spaces…

Idealized Models Help Us Understand Real-World Audio and Acoustic Concepts

Theoretical objects and concepts serve as references for understanding the physical world and real-world audio and acoustic concepts.

Common Misconceptions About "Reverberation"

Reverberation has many misconceptions. In a clear and concise way, this article does an excellent job clarifying some common ones.

Capturing the Room Impulse Response with an Ambisonic Mic

This article will present comparative result between omni mic…

Peaks vs RMS - Keeping Peaks in Their Place

Peaks vs RMS: This article explains why the modern obsession…