Originally posted in the April 1977 issue of Recording Engineer/Producer (RE/P). Abadon/Sun Studio...Read More
Author: Keith Clark
Posted by Keith Clark | May 31, 2015 | Acoustics, Analog Audio, Audio Technology, Cinema Sound, Commercial Audio Systems, Development Of Audio Technology, Hardware, Hardware Technologies, History and Business of Audio, History Of Professional Audio, Installed Sound, Live Sound, Loudspeakers, Manufacturers, People, Professional Playback Systems, Signal Processing and DSP
by John Eargle James Bullough Lansing was born James Martini, 14 January 1902, in Macoupin County,...Read More
by Keith Clark Editor’s note: This interview was conducted in the early 2000s. When noting...Read More
Posted by Keith Clark | May 30, 2015 | Audio Technology, Business Organization Worldwide, Hardware, History and Business of Audio, History Of Professional Audio, Installed Sound, Live Sound, Loudspeakers, Manufacturers, Markets, Microphones, People
By Keith Clark Editor’s Note: This article was written in the early 2000s. So just how does...Read More
Posted by Keith Clark | May 25, 2015 | Audio Technology, Development Of Audio Technology, Early History, Hardware, Hardware Technologies, History Of Professional Audio, Installed Sound, Live Sound, Markets, Power Amplifiers
by Frederick J. Ampel Using our Stephen Hawking approved design for a real time machine, we...Read More
- Comments on “G,” a Measure of Loudness
- Comments on the importance of the early-to-reverberant sound-energy ratio, “Clarity,” in speech and music acoustics, related to use of sound-reflecting panels with attention to data in Dr. Leo L. Beranek’s three concert-hall books.
- The Early-To-Reverberant Sound-Energy Ratio In Concert Hall Acoustics
- An Autobiographical Assessment of the Importance of the Early-to-Reverberant Sound-Energy Ratio, “Clarity,” in Speech Acoustics.
- History Repeats Itself: Boston’s Hatch Shell, New York City’s Holy Apostles Church, Albert Einstein, Joseph Albo, and Variable Time