Installation editor Paddy Baker discusses the significance of the silencing of Big Ben – and the practicalities of one proposed [...]
Wilfried Van Baelen, CEO at Auro Technologies, writing exclusively for Installation, says producing 3D audio with different [...]
The process of giving London a concert hall with world-class acoustics has just got underway. Paddy Baker wonders whether electroacoustic technology will have a part to play.
Columnist Rob Lane reveals why acoustics are more important than ever. As anyone with a modest grasp of acoustics will te [...]
Menno Koopmans of Universal Electronics looks at the progress of voice control. Television watchers used to demand remote [...]
Tim Root, CTO and EVP business development at Revolabs, discusses how DSP capabilities can enhance audio for a successful collaborati [...]
Industry credibility will suffer unless speaker manufacturers become more open about how they generate their published specifications, says John McMahon, VP of solutions and strategy at Meyer Sound Laboratories.
Neil Voce of Application Solutions (Safety and Security) reviews the second edition of RH Consulting’s Guide to Voice Alarm Systems. An [...]
Reverberation time should not be relied upon as sole indicator of a space’s acoustic performance. My company, theatre and acoustics cons [...]
Kiley Henner, education and applications manager at Biamp Systems answers our questions about current issues and future prospects for audio networking.
The sceptical observer might wonder whether we need yet another addition to an already crowded networking landscape, but the AES67 standard’s rapid adoption is making everyone sit up and take notice, says AES standards manger Mark Yonge,
Steve Macatee, director of product development & training at Rane, answers our questions about audio networking. How well do y [...] [...]