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Acoustic Design with Textile Absorbers and Foils
Rooms used for remote recordings or live stages are sometimes acoustically inappropriate for the purpose, e.g. when working in churches or industrial venues. Some simple and cost-effective methods for designing the reverberation response of a room are investigated. Aim of this work is to show simple and cost-effective solutions for acoustic optimization of highly reverberant rooms with mobile materials. Absorption coefficients of materials like blankets or tarpaulins are measured in several typical situations.
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