Active Acoustic Systems for the Control of Room Acoustics

@inproceedings{Poletti2011ActiveAS,
  title={Active Acoustic Systems for the Control of Room Acoustics},
  author={Mark A. Poletti},
  year={2011}
}
The acoustic design of auditoria involves the specification of the room geometry and boundary properties, and any additional acoustic elements such as reflectors or diffusers, to usefully direct sound to produce a desired subjective experience, quantified by measurable acoustic parameters. This design must take into account the reflection of sound within the stage area, the early reflections from the stage to the audience and the reverberant response of the room. The sound produced by the… CONTINUE READING

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