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The Peutz prediction algorithms as published in 1971 in the J.A.E.S. 19 are still valid and considering the simplicity remarkably accurate. However some revision is necessary for adaptation to the contemporary room simulation and cluster design programs. This paper will deal with the prediction of the Articulation Loss of consonants (ALcons) based on usually available data in the drawing stadium of an acoustical project. Special attention will be given on how to deal with multiple sources, nearer and farther apart. For the attendees to the presentation of this paper there will be an Excel' spreadsheet for a quick calculation according to the proposed method.

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