Project results in detail

I have recently been working on making the major results from research project accessible for non-acousticians, like musicians, sound engineers who don’t have any background in acoustics. The focus is on findings that are relevant primarily for orchestral musicians. The hope is that by making the findings accessible it will be easier to have fruitfull discussions and exchange of experiences between acousticians, musicians and sound engineers regarding acoustic conditions. For instance to further test the validity of the actual findings.

An article aiming at presenting the results in detail for non-acousticians is now available in the Articles page. This article is also published at Polyphonic.org (part I and II). Any comments on the content or presentation are welcome.

Acousticians are of course also welcome to have a look. A summary of the most important findings relevant for acousticians was presented at ISRA 2010. This paper is available on the Articles page.

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