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New Approach to Design Control Rooms and Studios

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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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