M. Barrón

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A revised theory of sound level distribution in rooms was proposed in 1988, which responded to the observation that reflected sound level decreases as one moves away from the source. This behavior is ubiquitous in concert spaces and has been shown also to occur in an acoustically diffuse space. This paper presents a more general theoretical derivation and(More)
On concert hall stages the sound traveling between players consists of the direct sound, a floor reflection and early reflections off players and objects on stage such as instruments and music stands. In smaller music ensembles, the acoustic communication between players is normally good. In larger ensembles, there is a similar situation for short distances(More)
A. PHARYNGEAL CONSONANTS In English all of the consonants are produced with a constriction in the oral cavity between the velum and the lips. When the constriction is located at various places within this cavity, a series of consonants with well-defined acoustic attributes is produced.1 There are some languages for which additional consonant categories are(More)
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