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Finland researcher develops new method to compare concert hall sounds

June 7, 2013 | Aalto University, Finland

Researchers at Aalto University in Finland have developed a method that allows accurate comparisons of concert hall acoustics. The leader of the research group, Tapio Lokki, recently was presented with an International Commission for Acoustics Early Career Award for outstanding contributions to room acoustics, and in particular for the novel subjective and objectives assessment methods of concert halls. The goal of the research is to better understand why we hear sounds differently in different spaces. More ...

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