Amptec will host a seminar by Eddy B. Brixen about acoustics, on Thursday May 23rd.
This seminar reaches out to all who are involved with the design of studios, control rooms, editing rooms, rehearsal rooms, listening rooms, small venues for live music and for those who just want to know a little more on how acoustics work.
How to get the best out of your room - on a budget !
Contents of the seminar :
- Basic principles of acoustics and behaviour of sound in small to medium-sized rooms.
- The difference between sound insulation (building acoustics) and acoustic treatment (room acoustics).
- How to find out what is important (don‘t waste your time and money on the wrong stuff).
- How to improve sound insulation - some practical examples.
- How to treat acoustics - reverberation time and absorption - tips, calculations, and rules of thumb.
- Absorbers - from standard building materials to specialised products.
- Standards for the acoustics in rooms (IEC, ITU, EBU, ...)
- Diffusion or re-direction - keep the energy but leave the hard reflections out.
- All other aspects to consider when installing a room such as air conditioning, cable distribution, windows, ...
Eddy B. Brixen, consultant and audio specialist, CEO of EBB-consult, Denmark.
He has extensive experience : from small project studios to large concert halls and huge venues for music.
Eddy also holds a position as an Associate professor at the Danish National School of Performing Arts in Copenhagen.
The seminar will be held in English.
Number of participants
185€ lunch included
Date and Time
The seminar starts at 10.00 am and ends around 4.30 pm.
How to register
Send your registration to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon receipt of the registration form, participants will be sent a written confirmation. If unable to attend, please inform Amptec in writing before the workshop begins.
In the event that the workshop is cancelled for organisational reasons, Amptec will of course inform participants in good time.
Amptec reserves the right to make alterations and additions to the workshop and seminar programs.