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Monitor Positioning For Mixing

A great article from the StudioSpares Pro Audio blog about why it’s important to position your monitors carefully. I especially like the ‘painting under poor lighting’ analogy!



James Shannon from Dolby Atmos

James Shannon who is a senior sound consultant spoke to a cinema full of people, one being myself. He came to talk about cinema sound systems, but more specifically the Dolby Atmos system that was in the Showcase Cinema De Lux in Leicester. 377 more words


Ontario turbine noise regulations not adequate for health WCO tells MOECC

Listen to experts on turbine noise to protect health: Wind Concerns Ontario to MOECC

November 24, 2015

Wind Concerns Ontario has written to the Green Energy Approvals section of the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, following testimony from acoustics experts at the appeal of the White Pines wind power project last week. 839 more words

Wind Power

Interview with Shane Cryer, Concept Developer (Education) Saint Gobain Ecophon

Shane Cryer manages the education sector in the UK and Ireland for Swedish acoustic experts, Ecophon. After a career in the construction industry, having studied building and property surveying, he now concentrates on building acoustics. 856 more words


Anechoic Recordings - Can you hear the difference?

By Chris Field

Last week the Australian acoustics team took a chosen few down to Sydney University’s anechoic chamber, made possible with six packs as an incentive. 352 more words

Acoustic Engineering

Natural Hearing Protection: Hands?

Have you ever covered your ears with your hands to protect yourself from loud noise? That’s the closest to natural hearing protection that we’ve got, but just how much does it reduce the sound pressure level reaching your ear? 563 more words


Acoustic Shadowing - From k to the Wave Dimension kd

Acoustic Shadowing – From “k” to the Wave Dimension “kd”

By Michael Fay

The following is a summary of what I learned last summer while searching for the acoustical “k factor” equation. 3,193 more words