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Reverberation Time Location Points
PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2018 2:38 am Reply with quote
irvin.pelagio
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Hi.
I am using Ease 4.4 Jr.,i am currently working reverberation time for a Event Hall with a stage and a large dome ceiling above an audience area.

Q1. Is my calculated RT60 is at center of the space?
Q2. is it possible on EASE to select several Measurement Points inside the space? ei. one at stage and one at audience area.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2018 9:22 am Reply with quote
Frank Siegmann
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Hi,

1.) With EASE Jr you get a RT60 value for the room based on statistical calculation (Sabine or Eyring formula).

2.) For position depending RT calculation the EASE Standard version is needed.

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Frank Siegmann
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Re: Reverberation Time Location Points
PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:18 am Reply with quote
Bruce
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irvin.pelagio wrote:
Q2. is it possible on EASE to select several Measurement Points inside the space? ei. one at stage and one at audience area.


You should also ideally use the AURA module with EASE Standard. You create these "measurement points" by running AURA Response at each EASE Listener Seat that you add to the 3D Model.

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