Acoustical Properties of Control Rooms
Since subjective impressions of room acoustics vary from one control room to the another, it is very hard to compare it. Keeping this in mind, the authors have tried to find objective parameters that influence the subjective impressions and measure them. All measured parameters as well as measuring methods are explained and compared with subjective impressions of acoustical properties of two different control rooms.
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