Acoustic Theory

Apr 3, 2010
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It is tempting to skip over the theory of sound propagation in the room. The math itself involves such foreign concepts as partial differential equations. But without understanding the fundamentals, one is liable to not understand what it all means. The typical presentation gets deep in the math but here is one that does not, relatively speaking. I will post more as I find them.

 
Apr 3, 2010
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Seattle, WA
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This presentation comes from the angle of a practical acoustician (i.e. not deal with fundamental math) but does explain the basic theories well:

 

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