Acoustics http://wrti.org en Can You Hear Me Now? The “Reverb” Makes A Difference http://wrti.org/post/can-you-hear-me-now-reverb-makes-difference <p></p><p>Lovers of classical and jazz music, musicians and composers, are acutely tuned in to the acoustics of a performance space.&nbsp; WRTI’s Meridee Duddleston looks at the acoustical demands of a concert hall.</p> Mon, 04 Nov 2013 14:13:36 +0000 Meridee Duddleston 6622 at http://wrti.org Can You Hear Me Now? The “Reverb” Makes A Difference Can You Hear Us Now? The Reverb Really Makes A Difference http://wrti.org/post/can-you-hear-us-now-reverb-really-makes-difference <p></p><p>Lovers of classical music and jazz, musicians and composers, are acutely tuned in to the acoustics of a performance space. WRTI’s Meridee Duddleston looks at the acoustical demands of a concert hall.</p><p>Large performance spaces need to provide enjoyable listening experiences across many musical genres and forms of entertainment. That’s why varying the acoustics of a given environment is a threshold issue that makes a big difference.&nbsp; Acoustical engineer and inventor Niels Adelman-Larsen has developed a new variable acoustic system for concert halls that relies on inflatable sound absorbers.</p> <p> Wed, 04 Sep 2013 20:13:12 +0000 Meridee Duddleston 6407 at http://wrti.org Can You Hear Us Now? The Reverb Really Makes A Difference