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Title: Acoustic Shadowing: Unpacking Wave Numbers (k) & Introducing Wave Ratio Thesis
Post by: M. Erik Matlock on September 10, 2019, 07:43:26 am
Acoustic Shadowing: Unpacking Wave Numbers (k) & Introducing The Wave Ratio Thesis (https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/study_hall/acoustic-shadowing-unpacking-wave-numbers-k-introducing-the-wave-ratio-thesis/)
If youre truly interested in learning about sound propagation and architectural acoustics, its something you should be acquainted with, at least casually.
By Michael Fay September 9, 2019


OK, I get it. This topic may be too esoteric for many, but if youre truly interested in learning all you can about sound propagation and architectural acoustics, its something you should be acquainted with, at least casually.

Im going to give you the final answer right up front. Its either: A: 11.00, B: 0.84, C: 7.50, or D: none of the above.

The question: When dealing with obstructions, which of these physical dimensions does not present meaningful acoustic shadowing in the upper speech range of audio? The answer is B: 0.84.

But why, and how is this information unpacked and calculated?

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