Auditorium AcousticsGade Acoustic modelling Objective characteristics 66 4 The development of the concert hall Introduction Early developments The classical rectangular concert hall I Reflection from finite plane and curved surfaces A. I The impulse response and the new objective measures B. I Objective results in two New Zealand concert halls C. I Objective measures of speech intelligibility D.
Auditorium acoustics and architectural design, 2nd edition
Auditorium acoustics and architectural design, 2nd edition. N2 - The book considers the principles of acoustic design for the following types of auditorium: concert halls, recital halls, drama theatres, opera houses and multi-purpose halls. Over 40 case studies are included. The book is well-illustrated and contains plans and sections of 80 auditoria at the uniform scale of Historical detail is also given. Though the book contains technical detail, it is also aimed at all disciplines associated with audiotrium design.
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