Floyd E. Toole studied electrical engineering at the University of New Brunswick, and He has recently written a book: “Sound Reproduction: the acoustics and. Sound Reproduction by Floyd E. Toole, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. 25 Jun Sound Reproduction: Loudspeakers and Rooms By Floyd E. Toole. Focal Press ( Oxford, England, UK, , footnote 1),
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General Recommendations for Rectangular Rooms Compatibility with the rest of the audio world Compatability with the cinema world The effects of room size and seats Cinema sound – where to sounnd Chapter To paraphrase his conclusions sounx simplistically, Toole defines five measurements as being statistically predictive of subjective satisfaction: Measurement methods Alternative views of frequency tiole Prediction of the direct sound and room curves from anechoic data In-situ measurement of the direct sound The steady-state room curve Measures of loudness and system level calibrations.
Recording Studio Design Philip Newell. Adjacent boundary and loudspeaker mounting effects The effects of solid angles on the radiation of sound by omnidirectional sources Classic adjacent-boundary effects Alleviating adjacent-boundary effects Loudspeaker mounting options and effects An example of adjacent-boundary interference “Boundary-friendly” loudspeaker designs Array loudspeakers – other ways to manipulate boundary interactions Listeners also have boundaries Chapter Designing a Listening Experience Multichannel Audio A few definitions The birth of multichannel audio Stereo reprooduction an important beginning Loudspeakers as stereo image stabilizers Quadraphonics – stereo times two Multichannel audio – cinema to the rescue Multichannel comes home THX embellishments How many loudspeakers and where?
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Sound Reproduction : The Acoustics and Psychoacoustics of Loudspeakers and Rooms
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