IRIS at AES Los Angeles 2014

02 October 2014
IRIS at AES Los Angeles 2014

We will be at AES Los Angeles this October. Come and see us at booth 1637.

Malcolm Dunn is also presenting a paper "Visualization of Early Reflections in Control Rooms" in the room acoustics session (P11), 10 am on Saturday, October 11th. The abstract and a link to download the paper is below:

Visualization of Early Reflections in Control Rooms
Measurements were undertaken in a variety of control rooms with a system utilizing a compact microphone array and sound intensity technique to estimate the direction of early reflections. This paper presents the results of these measurements including 3D intensity plots that provide a visual representation of sound arrivals at the listener position. The effectiveness of this type of system for the detection of problematic reflections and the evaluation of the listening environment is discussed. 

Click here to download the full text for this paper.

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