17 April 2024

Webinar: Acoustic Simulations for Listening Environments

April 17th - 2:00pm UTC - 10:00am ET

Customer Success: Using Treble for simulating listening environments

Join us for an engaging customer success webinar featuring insightful presentations from two valued customers on their utilization of Treble for simulating and enhancing the acoustics of listening spaces.

Webinar Agenda:

  • "Integrating acoustic elements for optimal musical environments" presented by Jan Olav Owren, Acoustic Engineer at COWI.
  • "Enhancing Small Spaces Using Treble" presented by Philip Puzalowski, Acoustic Engineer at Audics.

The session will conclude with a live Q&A segment.

Jan Olav Owren - Acoustic Engineer at COWI

Integrating acoustic elements for optimal musical environments

Jan Olav Owren is an acoustic engineer currently employed at COWI in Norway. He has actively contributed to numerous building transformation projects, specializing in the conversion of spaces into studios,  rehearsal rooms and venues for music performances. In his presentation, Jan Olav Owren, will provide insights into COWI's experience with Treble in such projects, shedding light on the successful integration of acoustic elements for optimal musical environments.

Philip Puzalowski - Acoustic Engineer at audics

Optimization of small rooms with Treble

Philip Puzalowski is an in-depth expert in room acoustic simulations, has been a beta tester of Treble since the beginning and is the initiator of the joint study with Treble "Optimization of a small room for critical listening using Treble". He developed his passion for acoustics during his 15 years as a live and studio sound engineer. After studying acoustics and working as a project manager, he founded audics, a German startup specializing in audio and acoustics, particularly in soundscapes. audics focuses on research and development of innovative tools to shape the future of acoustic experience, collaborating with various partners in virtual acoustics, spatial audio, architecture, and office design.

Philip will be presenting:

  • Challenges in the acoustic optimization of small rooms
  • Validation of the simulation by using a dense measurement grid with a distance of 25 cm at ear level, considering the following points:ISO 3382-2 acoustics parameterssound pressure distribution and room modestransfer function at the listening position
  • Predictability of SBIR (Speaker Boundary Interference Response) in the simulation

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