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Assisted Resonance

Improvements in recording and reproduction techniques in the home market in recent years have led to a demand for corresponding improvements in sound quality in public places. Architects face a real problem when designing multipurpose auditoria, since the acoustical requirements for speech and orchestral music are quite different. In this paper the authors show that this problem may be overcome.

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JAES Volume 24 Issue 3 pp. 171-176; April 1976
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