27 September 2023

Live webinar: Treble Success Stories & New Features

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This webinar is free and open to anyone who wants to learn more about Treble and how it helps create better acoustic simulations.

Treble success stories and new features - September 27th - 1:00 PM UTC / 9:00 AM EDT.

Hear straight from our customers

In this webinar, you will hear from our customers who have used Treble’s Acoustic Simulation Suite in their acoustic design projects.
The agenda will be as followed:

  • "Observe local acoustic behavior in geometrically complex large scale spaces" with Bradley Alexander from Bollinger + Grohmann
  • "Treble for Planning of Public Listening Spaces" with Ethan Bourdeau from Bourdeau Acoustical Designs
  • "New features for Treble Acoustic Simulation Suite" with Finnur Pind from Treble Technologies
  • Discussion and Q&A

Bradley Alexander - Bollinger + Grohmann

Observe Local Acoustic Behavior in Geometrically Complex Large Scale Spaces

In geometrically complex large-scale spaces with uneven distributions of absorptive surfaces it is challenging for acoustic engineers to provide effective measures and accurate prognoses based on the global acoustic properties of the entire room.

Creation of acoustic “micro-climates” in smaller regions of the space can be achieved through the usage of strategically placed absorber materials. While iterative changes to model geometry and surface properties show how local behavior changes and which surfaces have the largest effect, proper placement of sources and receivers within the observed space is a precondition for representing the effects in the simulation results.

In this talk, Bradley Alexander shows how he uses Treble to work with architectural designers in finding effective acoustic solutions for planning well-functioning local acoustic environments.

Ethan Bourdeau - Bourdeau Acoustical Designs

Treble for Planning of Public Listening Spaces

Ethan will be presenting two case studies showcasing public Hi-Fi listening spaces, one in London and another in New York City. These cases will present how Treble was used to inform the selection of acoustical materials on limited budgets, timelines, and client needs. Ethan will also show comparisons of on-site measurements using IRIS 3D reviewed against the simulated values from Treble.

Finnur Pind

New Features of Treble Acoustic Simulation Suite

Finnur Pind will present our new public pricing and demonstrating some of the new features coming soon to Treble Acoustic Simulation Suite:

  • CLF Import
  • Open office parameters
  • Autostop
  • Copy parameters
  • Auralization presets
  • Geometry checking service (beta)

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