Do you have the MHoA yet? It details the Davis frequency (3x the shortest dimension's wavelength). The Davis frequency is also detailed in the original papers regarding LEDE. I noticed refereing to LEDE.My big question on this is still, would that diffusor be better than a bare flat wall? At what frequency? And is there a way ( that doesn't require an advanced math degree)to calculate this, based on the sequence of the diffusors pattern and the surrounding dimensions/materials? Or is it just kinda, put it up and see what it does?
Link to what?no Andre, I don't is there a link, to it? I'm very interested in reading those.
A somewhat, but not completely well known contraction for Master Book of Acoustics, orignially written by F. Alton Everest. The current edition is revised by Ken Pohlmann. An unusual book in that the target audience is the recording studio acoustics beginner, yet it is present in just about every serious acoustician's library. I write "just about" because it is present in every serious acoustician's library that I know, but I do not know every serious acoustician.I don't know what the mhoa was. I thought it was an article of some sort.
I am that you are enjoying the texts I sent you. Did I mention that when studying acoustics, aspirin is cheaper by the carton?