Building In Sound

As the field of architecture and modelling of projects reaches new heights (3D printed models etc) the use of sound within spaces has created a new inter-disciplinary field of research.

In my own field of surround sound, there are plenty of recent examples using ODEON and b-format impulse responses to create synthetic soundscapes of to-be-built environments.

Continuing in this trend a new white paper has been released from Biamp systems (found via @lostlab on twitter) detailing how sound and architecture is closer than we expect. Understanding how environments and sound interacts (creating an acoustic) is crucial in the future of building – so have a read.

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