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Multimedia for Architectural Acoustics Simulation
Acoustic simulations have been produced to demonstrate varying degrees of sound isolation, ventilation noise, and reverberation to building design professionals. These simulations are produced and presented using integrated media including hard disk audio, digital signal processors, interactive computer graphics, and Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) control. MIDI is used for real-time control of signal processor parameters and to optimize the dynamic range of 16-bit audio.
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