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…

Audience Effects on Sound Wave Propagation

by Fedele De Marco Effects of the audience on the propagation…

RT Versus Frequency: Is There an Ideal Target?

by Richard Honeycutt The reverberation time T60 varies with…

Room Survey 36 - Messiah College

by Pat Brown Our recent Sound System Design seminar was held…

Tinkerbell Helps an Audio Engineer Learn a Lesson on Imaging

by Chips Davis Imaging are often very deceiving. This audio…

New Best Practices for Speech Intelligibility

Written for Innovox Audio by Robert Oswood In the last 20…

GratisVolver Pro™ Streamlines Your Workflow

by Pat Brown GratisVolver Pro™ is a major upgrade to a powerful,…