Differentiating Between Sound Isolation and Sound Treatment
The paper reveals frequent errors in solving acoustic problems because of failure to differentiate between the requirements of acoustically isolating a space and its internal treatment. The paper examines methods of controlling air-borne and structural transmission and acoustic methods of listening spaces. Appropriate case studies are cited as examples.
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