“Much time is spent working out how to optimize the acoustics of large rooms, such as...Read More
Category: Recorded Sound
Originally posted in the April 1977 issue of Recording Engineer/Producer (RE/P). Abadon/Sun Studio...Read More
by Keith Clark | May 24, 2015 | Analog Audio, Audio Technology, Development Of Audio Technology, Hardware Technologies, History and Business of Audio, History Of Professional Audio, Manufacturers, Professional Playback Systems, Recorded Sound, Signal Processing and DSP | 0
The name “Jensen” is likely familiar to many in the pro audio industry as a hallmark...Read More
by John Eargle, James B. Lansing Sound, Inc. – as published in R-e/p Magazine October, 1981...Read More
by Keith Clark | Jan 31, 2015 | Audio Technology, Development Of Audio Technology, Hardware, History and Business of Audio, History Of Professional Audio, Installed Sound, Live Sound, Loudspeakers, Manufacturers, Microphones, People, Recorded Sound, Signal Processing and DSP | 0
By Keith Clark Editor’s Note: This interview took place in July 2004. Jim Long has been a...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