Over the past year, we’ve been really fortunate to have had over 175,000 combined YouTube views for our “How Acoustics Work” video playlist (thanks for watching!). To make it easier to view all three, we’ve released a compilation version, which offers the three individual videos edited into the best sequence for understanding an overview of sound in rooms. The new video release is called “An Acoustic Primer”, it runs just 10:25, and it illustrates the concepts of how sound works in rooms, why our ears and brain are affected by room acoustics and treatments, and where acoustic panels should be placed.
Because physical space – a room – is the final and often most influential component in any audio system, understanding the basics of acoustics is a great way to start improving the sound of your system. Whether you’re a musician, an audio professional, an audiophile, a home-theater owner, or simply interested in sound, knowing more about how acoustics work will be greatly helpful. “An Acoustic Primer” is fast-paced and entertaining, while offering the most current information in the shortest format.
Individually, these widely-popular videos – “How Sound Works (In Rooms)”, “Your Brain On Sound”, and “Acoustic Panels – What & Where” – are changing the way practical acoustics and acoustical products are perceived. “An Acoustic Primer” can be seen on the Acoustic Geometry YouTube Channel or below. Mindful video from Acoustic Geometry – thanks for watching!
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