MAPP Online Pro The ability to predict the performance of a sound system is indispensable to system designers in every application. Meyer Sound combined rigorous scientific techniques and careful, high-resolution measurements with direct input from leading designers and years of experience to produce the MAPP Online Pro acoustical prediction program. Based on a patented method, MAPP Online Pro is a powerful, cross-platform, Java-based application for accurately predicting the coverage pattern, frequency response, impulse response, and maximum SPL output of single or arrayed Meyer Sound loudspeakers. Residing on the user’s local computer, the Java client application facilitates configuring arrays of a wide variety of Meyer Sound products and, optionally, defining the environment in which they will operate, including air temperature, pressure and humidity, as well as the location and composition of surfaces. Most 2D CAD (.DXF) files can be imported directly for accurate venue definition.
Into the Darkness II INTRO THE DARKNESS II is a free collection of dark ambient soundscapes designed by Twisted Tools as a gift for Halloween, featuring over 685MB of brand new high quality sounds. The package size for this download approx. 698MB zipped, so please allow yourself ample time to download the file if you are on a slow internet connection. On a fast connection, you should be able to download the package in about 10-20 minutes, while on a slower connection it may take up to an hour or so. If you have any issues, please feel free to contact us 24/7 for help. Please consider using Firefox and the free download extension, Down Them All, if you are having problems with your downloads timing out.
The Night That Modern Live Sound Was Born People + Opinion : Artists / Engineers / Producers / Programmers One night in 1970, the Grateful Dead found themselves without a sound system or soundman, and Bob Heil found himself the man of the moment. Dan Daley It's the kind of thing that physicists and palaeontologists dream about: being able to look back and determine the exact moment that a star or a dinosaur came into being. For the contemporary live sound business, that moment was the night of 2nd February 1970 at the Fox Theatre in St. Dynamic Tonality (image scaled down) The Viking is a free software synthesizer available as a standalone application. It is portable, requiring no installation. Simply unzip the .zip file and run the executable inside. The Viking uses additive synthesis to produce Dynamic Tonality tunings and timbres. Scale pitches result from successive additions and subtractions of a period (e.g., an octave) and a generator (e.g., a perfect fifth).
SAVE THE TANK by Bruce Odland Tank Friend Lois LaFond and Rangely Councilwoman Elaine Urie singing "Amazing Grace" in the TANK earlier this week Huge gratitude and thanks to all our amazing donors who have joined the Tank Team! Now it's time to fund our Stretch Goal so we can expand outreach to the schools and community; hook-up the TANK with state-of-the-art connectivity to the internet; have an earlier launch of THE TANK CHANNEL; purchase permanent recording equipment for the TANK.
Welcome to the Center for Neuroacoustic Research! Dr. Jeffrey D. Thompson, D.C., B.F.A. 10 Things You Need to Know About Placing Music on TV and in Films You want every chance to generate income from your music, and while mechanical royalties (for sales of tangible product and digital downloads) have diminished, there are more opportunities than ever to have your music heard on television and in movies. In addition to the financial benefit, for songwriters who are also recording artists, prominent placements in TV shows and films can help expand your fan base, in addition to looking great on a resume. But there are additional reasons to place songs on television and in movies. In many genres, such as rock, singer/songwriter, alternative rock, pop, R&B, hip-hop, instrumental, and Americana music, it’s very tough to place “outside songs” – songs not written or co-written by the artist or producer.
Sonic Architecture The Philips Pavilion, based on hyperbolic paraboloids originally used in Metastaseis musical piece by Iannis Xenakis “Sound is a spatial event, a material phenomenon and an auditive experience rolled into one. It can be described using the vectors of distance, direction and location. Within architecture, every built space can modify, position, reflect or reverberate the sounds that occur there.
Compose With Sound - Site This is the homepage for a software program for young composers (and composers of all ages) who would like to learn how to compose with sounds, and not focus on the traditional manner of music making with notes. This type of composition is common in film, TV and games - everywhere that digital sound is heard. It is also a common form with areas of experimental music. Networked Sound Distribution and Distance Conferencing - Audia - Digital Signal Processing Infinite networking potential. Zero limitations. Biamp's revolutionary Audia Digital Audio Platform seamlessly integrates powerful hardware and intelligent software for unheard of design and networking potential.
D.A.S. Audio - EN54-24 certified for use in voice alarm systems – Weather resistant, environmental performance to level IP56 – 12AV woofer with 3” voice coil – M-75 1,5″ compression driver – Rotatable 60º x 40º horn design – Two exposure ratings: CX (covered exposure) and DX (direct exposure) The WR-6412 employs a 12AV woofer for low frequency reproduction. A M-75 compression driver with 3″ titanium diaphragm attached to a 60º x 40º rotatable horn provides exceptional high frequency reproduction.