Pat Brown has spent many years involved in the development of efficient, accurate techniques for making room acoustics measurements. In the practical world, you have to get in and out quickly, and collect the information you need with minimal setup time and equipment. These techniques are shared in this course, and they will change the way that you perform room/sound system evaluations and system performance verification.
Sound Reinforcement for Designers is built upon the idea that YOU, not a computer program, are the designer. We demonstrate how to use the software tools to extend your intuition and to try your ideas, without replacing the logical thought process. You can have confidence at the drawing board that your systems, once installed, will work.
✅ Learn how to collect the Room Impulse Response (RIR) and how to interpret it.
✅ Let the room tell you the best loudspeaker and the best placement.
✅ Learn about loudspeaker characteristics and how they react within an enclosed space.
✅ Learn how to apply these principles to any room modeling program.
✅ Obtain knowledge that can be used in existing and proposed rooms.
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Course Materials for you to keep include the video text, lesson graphics and the Audio Click-Rule Windows program. These are great resources for reviewing what you have learned.
The course is for experienced audio practitioners. We recommend a skill level consistent with graduates of our Course 50, and Course 100.
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