The impulse response of interior spaces is measured simply with special instrumentation. Lack of reverberance in certain frequency bands, highly structured echo patterns indicative of flutter, or other undesirable characteristics may be revealed. The same equipment can be used to study scale models of the space and the effects of changes in the geometries of the materials within the space.
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