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Title: Acoustical Engineering by Harry Olson
Post by: jesseklapholz on September 16, 2014, 01:17:56 pm
Hey All!
Yes, I found another 100 of these timeless classics. Its now available on Amazon. Many "inventions" of todays manufacturers are straight from these pages. For example, active noise cancellation, tube traps, acoustical wave cabinets (yeh, the one from MIT), ribbon mice and so on...A must have for anyone involved in electroacoustics!
Jesse Klapholz
215-886-8600
Title: Re: Acoustical Engineering by Harry Olson
Post by: Ivan Beaver on September 19, 2014, 07:48:52 am
Hey All!
Yes, I found another 100 of these timeless classics. Its now available on Amazon. Many "inventions" of todays manufacturers are straight from these pages. For example, active noise cancellation, tube traps, acoustical wave cabinets (yeh, the one from MIT), ribbon mice and so on...A must have for anyone involved in electroacoustics!
Jesse Klapholz
215-886-8600
And he even describes the interaction and lobing of "line arrays".

As the old saying goes-"So you think you invented something?  Go look it up in Harrys book"

Mine sits proudly above my desk. :)