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A rare video on reverb experiment
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A rare video on reverb experiment

Some years ago I have seen a video, which was like a rare BBC video, in which a researcher has made a model of a concert hall to measure its reverb. He put also a scaled string instrument (maybe a guitar), and then the results have been pitch-shifted in order to become valid data for the real concert hall.
First of all, I'm looking for this video if anyone knows what I'm talking about.
And also I'd like to ask if any of you have attempt some kind of prototype before start building up your studio or any acoustic environment.
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update 10/27
I found it
https://www.facebook.com/BBCArchive/...9117889127913/

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First of all, I'm looking for this video if anyone knows what I'm talking about.
And also I'd like to ask if any of you have attempt some kind of prototype before start building up your studio or any acoustic environment.
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update 10/27
I found it
https://www.facebook.com/BBCArchive/...9117889127913/[/QUOTE]

Imo one of AES 2019 highligts was the Physical Scale Model Echo Chamber as a Real-Time Reverberator The proposed framework creates a partitioned convolution engine where the convolution processing is carried out physically on an up-scaled live audio stream in the model. The resulting reverberated sound is captured and down-scaled, providing the result to the user in real-time
Link to the paper http://www.aes.org/e-lib/browse.cfm?elib=20609
Another AES highlight was the Peter D Antonio / Styroc lecture. They have developed / developed a "low frequency simulation program" called NIRO, in addition they develop a "parametric" adjustable low frequency quasi HH module which should be placed where the amplitude is highest (calculated in NIRO). A 2*2*4m 20 ton ! impedance tube was built for the purpose
I built myself a 3.5 m long impedance tube 20 years ago and learned that axial modes are not energy problem just a amplitude problem .
I have also benefited greatly from the years of building scaled models (1/10) of important projects Scania's lab (Södertälje Sweden) is a great example http://diffusor.com/PDF/scania.pdf
The client demanded 7 chairs with similar leveled bass respons for fast decisions when testing the cabin sound
The scaled model told me both the frequency of the hotspots and where they were located The Scania link below show how the HH boxes are used as a very effective and energy saving parametric eq
The upper burst decay image is with random HH openings and in the amazing second image are all boxes tuned
http://diffusor.com/PDF/Scania-2.pdf
Breakthenorms How to treat nulls 2 thread is another example
How to treat nulls 2
If you want to dig deeper I recommend Mendel Kleiners thesis that can be applied for any nr of HH trapps
www.gearslutz.com/board/11533618-post211.html
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