This paper describes the fundamental operating principles behind LARES as they apply to our first installation - The Elgin Theatre.
This paper describes applications of LARES / E-coustic Systems electronic architecture in outdoor venues.
This paper describes the unique programming at the Park Avenue Armory a space capable of housing a Boeing 767 jetliner with room to spare - and the equally unique solutions for optimizing sonic quality.
This paper describes the significance of reverberant level and introduces RR as an acoustic measure.
This paper describes applications for acoustic enhancement, and the fundamentals of successful system implementation.
This paper describes properties of Spaciousness and Envelopment, and describes experiments used to quantify each.
This paper compares methods for evaluating spaciousness and envelopment, and introduces new standards for spatial measurement.
This paper describes requirements for stage support and optimum ratios of direct and reverberant energy.
This paper describes deficiencies in using MLS to measure occupies spaces, as well as other common methods of measurement such as starters pistols or balloon bursts. It also describes new techniques using binaural input that provide more accurate information for both typical room measurement and LARES.
This paper describes human preferences for the timing and amplitude of both direct sounds and spatial sounds. It then describes how these preferences translate to the listening experience in existing environments, and how to optimize the sound delivery for best listening enjoyment.