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New Approach to Design Control Rooms and Studios
It is possible to describe subjective quality in small and larger rooms with the same types of objective parameters. Most of these parameters characterize the early-to-late ratio of received energy at the listener position. By using a simple inverse procedure for the results of geometrical modeling algorithms, a method to qualify different room shapes and source-receiver configurations is presented. The results and the method may help to design room acoustics in a more straightforward way.:
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