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Master Handbook of Acoustics [Kindle Edition]

F. Alton Everest , Ken Pohlmann
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Practical Instruction on the Art and Science of Acoustic Design and Architecture

Build your own acoustic environments such as recording studios, control rooms, and home listening rooms with expert insights from two engineering professionals. Fully expanded to cover the latest methods and software tools, Master Handbook of Acoustics, Fifth Edition presents clear explanations of acoustic phenomena and provides a hands-on approach to room design. Learn how to perform acoustic measurements, choose room dimensions, assign speaker placement, analyze response curves, and design and install sound absorbers and diffusers. You will also find details on how to fine-tune room reverberation, minimize external noise, and apply psychoacoustic concepts.

Master Handbook of Acoustics, Fifth Edition explains how to:

  • Determine how sound propagates in open and enclosed spaces
  • Measure sound-pressure levels and work with decibels
  • Analyze the characteristics of room modal resonances
  • Treat rooms for optimal early reflections, reverberation, and diffusion
  • Minimize acoustic distortion, comb-filter effects, and HVAC interference
  • Construct high-quality stereo and surround-sound listening rooms
  • Design personal and professional recording studios and control rooms
  • Understand the acoustics of auditoriums and concert halls
  • Optimize room designs using measurement, modeling, and auralization software

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

F. Alton Everest was a leading acoustics consultant. He was co-founder and director of the Science Film Production division of the Moody Institute of Science, and was also section chief of the Subsea Sound Research section of the University of California. Ken C. Pohlmann is well known as an audio educator, consultant, and author. He is professor emeritus at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, consultant for many audio manufacturers and car makers, and author of numerous articles and books including Principles of Digital Audio.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 12460 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 528 Seiten
  • Gleichzeitige Verwendung von Geräten: Bis zu 4 Geräte gleichzeitig, je nach vom Verlag festgelegter Grenze
  • Verlag: McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics; Auflage: 5 (10. Mai 2009)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B002FVLAGA
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Word Wise: Nicht aktiviert
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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Super Buch. Macht Spaß zu lesen. 28. Dezember 2011
Von Chris
Format:Taschenbuch
Da ich im Studium und im Beruf viel mit Akustik zu hatte und habe, viel mir das lesen des Buches sehr leicht. Mein Eindruck daher: Relativ einfach zu verstehender, guter Gesamtüberblick im Bereich Akustik und Schallschutz. Wer hier und da ein paar Lücken hat, kann davon sicher einige mit diesem Buch füllen.

Ich empfehle dieses Buch sowohl Studenten/innen sowie fortgeschrittenen Hobby-Tontechnikern, die keine Scheu haben etwas Physik zu lernen, um daraufhin selbst die eigene Studioakustik zu optimieren.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fundiertes Wissen 8. Mai 2013
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
Ich habe mir das Buch gekauft, als ich einen Kellerraum mit schrecklicher Akustik zum Proberaum für ein A-Capella-Quintett gemacht habe. Statt einfach auf gut Glück Dämm-Elemente aufzuhängen habe ich mir dieses Buch und ein Messmikrofon gekauft und bin momentan dabei, den Raum nach und nach gezielt akustisch zu verbessern.

Grundvoraussetzung ist natürlich erstmal, dass man mit Englisch keine Probleme hat und auch mit der ständigen Umrechnung von Zoll und Fuß klarkommt. Dann ist das Buch aber tatsächlich eine sehr fundierte Quelle, um Raumakustik grundlegend zu verstehen. Nacheinander werden grundlegende Themen wie Resonanzen, Reflexion, Diffusion und Absorption diskutiert und jeweils der mögliche Aufbau entsprechender akustischer Elemente beschrieben, oft mit praktischen Beispielen aus akustisch interessanten Räumen wie Studios oder Kirchen. An passender Stelle wird Bezug genommen auf wiss. Studien. Wenn man also die Muße mitbringt, sich in so ein Thema grundlegend einzulesen, dann kann ich das Buch nur empfehlen. Die weiteren Kapitel behandeln jeweils ein konkretes Beispiel zur Behandlung von Hörräumen, Studios und Konzterthallen.

Wer schneller zu einem einfachen "Kochrezept" kommen will, ist vermutlich mit anderen, weniger ausführlichen Büchern besser bedient. Und: man merkt dem Buch an, dass es im letzten Jahrhundert geschrieben wurde ;-). An der Akustik hat sich aber seitdem nicht viel geändert..
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Sehr gute und ausführliche Einführung 10. Januar 2013
Von TheBat
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Wirklich sehr ausführliche (wenn auch nicht vollständige) Einführung in die Akustik - eine gesunde Mischung aus praxisbezogener (Raum-)Akustik und Theorie.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Required Reference Book 12. Januar 2012
Von cpark - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I went to library and read an earlier version of this book before purchasing it. Despite taking copious notes, I felt it necessary to own a copy of Everest's classic. Why? Because it is clear and authoritative. The question you have to ask yourself is "Do I REALLY want to understand sound and acoustics?" The answer may be "no". In that case, this book may not be your best choice. A lot of people don't have the time, patience, or need to know exactly why sound acts as it does. Everest has many examples of how to build studio rooms, control rooms, diffusers, and so on, but the principal approach is theoretical. Acoustics is a specialty within physics, but is also an applied science within audio engineering and architecture. There is a spectrum of books on acoustics, each with its own preferred context. For example, Don Hall's book is largely a physical explanation of musical instruments, while covering other topics well but to a lesser degree. Bill Gibson's books are mostly concerned with sound engineering using a DAW, but he covers acoustics because its unavoidable. Phil Newell's book (Recording Spaces) is great if you want to understand issues of studio design.

The advantage of Everest's book is other books will tell you "it's like this" or "it's like that", but never get down to why. You scratch your head and scribble diagrams trying to sort it out. If you read Everest first -- and understand him -- you can breeze by all those tortured half-explanations. You can see how they are correct and what they are overlooking. You'll get more out of other books by having this one. If you are responsible for sound at live concerts, then you know how convenient it is to quickly understand the hall you just arrived at. Deep basic knowledge is an asset at times like that.

Bottom Line: Everest's book gives you a solid grounding, but is probably not enough by itself. It is a valuable reference. You can turn to it whenever you get thrown by some technical argument about the behaviour of sound in an internet article, at gearslutz, or in someone else's book. If you are really in this game, how can you not have a copy of Everest?
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This is the most thorough and wonderful book for Acoustics! 10. April 2013
Von Aux - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book WILL NOT B.S. YOU.

You know EXACTLY what I'm talking about...
...the usual
"[Here are the basics of Acoustics]... But if you want a truly professional job, you should find an expert on acoustics" kinda garbage.

You won't find that here.
This guy really goes deep. As deep as you've always wanted someone to go, in your journey to understanding the science of acoustics.

You'll find yourself learning the required math and thinking "OK, this math is really not that complicated, I can handle this" and you'll find yourself regularly saying to yourself "WOW that's so interesting!" There is so much cool information. You really leave this book feeling confident that you have a WELL-ROUNDED knowledge of acoustics.

If you've ever struggled to find good information on acoustics and wondered where you could really find the truth about it all -- your search is over.

Of course you should continue to learn acoustics from different sources... but this is your textbook. Your induction to the world of acoustics experts.

Totally recommended!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Absolute must have for in-depth knowledge 18. Februar 2013
Von Eric J. Bragg - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you're trying to learn the art of setting up your own studio acoustics, it's not about egg crates on the walls!! This author has created a stunning book that explains everything without all the engineering calculus - everything is pretty simple and straightforward. However, there are a lot of formulas and reading. Not for anyone who does want to really dig into the heart of the subject of acoustics.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A gem-filled treasure 3. Juli 2010
Von flafond - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is the best technical book I've ever read. Virtually every page has useful information that has furthered my understanding of acoustics. I've never read a technical book from cover to cover before, but that is what I'm doing with the Handbook. There are plenty of graphs, pictures and diagrams to support the text. The equations provided are all algebraic; no math degree is required to read it.

Only the last two chapters seem out of place. They outline the design of some acoustical software and would mostly be of interest to people writing such software. Still, don't let this dissuade you; the rest of the book is well worth the price.

Highest recommendation!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Textbook or certainly one of the leading English Languge Texts 19. Dezember 2012
Von Edd Anderson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is the real deal, anyone in theatre or film production or more important the designers of recording studios or concert halls, wil use this, or things they learned from it.
My first reaction was "wow this is heavy" , that can be taken in either context, as it is about 5lbs, I guess? and second the depth of the material is well beyond what I had anticipated. But it is impressive and one night danced my fingers through the table of contents, and looked at maybe 10 different chapter sub titles and I would say in 70-80% of the cases I could find something useful out of. I am not saying I would use that amount of data but I am trying to estimate what the average reader might expect, I already own the book.. I think it is enough of a resource to kept on hand, and a chance to learn more.
I should describe one of the reasons I bought this is, I have encountered rooms, usually peoples living rooms, or family rooms that have such horrible acoustics. I can't imagine how you can make them better, so much concrete or glass or both. People whom I helped in the past know I like challenges. Already from a few hours in this book, some situations are such you could end up spending thousands of dollars to reach the level, that I had in my plastered wall 4th floor apt. in the East Village in the sixties. Those old places great, if I closed my windows no sound would escape , never heard anyone above me or below.
I think for these people the best bet, and I found this here on Amazon, go to Electronics Accesories and look up Auralex Acoustic, and they had a service you could draw and measure out you room or rooms, I believe I printed the form off Amazon and you send it to Auralex. They would for free or even if you had to pay something these guys will lay out a plan of attack. I have used for years Auralex products, as well as others for years , I have other corner treatments I prefer.
In my home theatre set up my Ctr. and R/L front speakers are on Auralex, my subwoofer sits on a Subdude platform all all from Amazon. Like I say I use other products as well. I have spent in this room about $500.00 on acoustics, I don't count the window treatments I use because the save energy and drapes add todecor as well.
Acoustics are as important as equipment in how we hear, the ancient Greeks used the Hillside to make outddoor theatres in which you could hear a person speak 300 feet or more. For ages the plaster and horsehair was the ultimate in Opera House and Concert Halls. Today Acoustic engineers have a large bag of tricks.
I have been in and around sound on many levels and once was given an oppurtunity to work recording, so I have a bit of a history with this but I think this old dog can learn a few new tricks
The other option in most areas is to hire someone to come in and they will set up microphones and take measurements and lay out a plan of attack, if it is a new place and you want it right have someone who is a certified profesional design the whole space for you if it's a home theatre it is you audio and video furnishing cost and can be designed for the whole unit, most of all you want to enjoy. Good Luck and Good Listening.
Please excuse any errors, I don't have time tonight to check.
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