Tutorials on Point Responses

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Multi & Single point responses

The multi-point response is the impulse response calculation from your active sources to all your receivers. You’ll get all the numerical values you need to comply for ISO 3382-3, as well as bar graphs and statistics. You can even overlay measured and simulated data for comparison.

The single-point response is available in editions Auditorium and Combined, and focuses on a single receiver to obtain more detailed data, such as the decay curve, reflectogram, and binaural impulse response.

0:00​ Intro
1:10​ Setting up Multi point responses
3:42​ Active receivers and receiver groups
5:00​ Acoustic parameter values
8:10​ Parameter bars
9:13​ Tab availability conditions
9:49​ Statistics, spatial decay, STI
10:59​ Noise control
11:27​ Measured vs simulated
13:40​ Setting up Single point response
15:08​ Decay curves and intensity hedgehog
16:49​ Decay roses, Reflection density
17:07​ Reflectogram
18:22​ Binaural room impulse response
18:53​ Dynamic diffusivity, Dietsch echo
19:11​ Frequency response curve
20:55​ Outro

3D Matrix source-to-source

3D Matrix is a set of point-to-point calculations between all of your point sources, which behave as sources and receivers simultaneously. This is useful for cases like open-plan offices, orchestras, or any case involving people, who do behave as sources and receivers at the same time.

0:00 Intro
0:09 3D Matrix explanation
0:49 Calculating a 3D Matrix
1:09 3D Matrix results in 3D View
1:59 Matrix display
3:03 3D Diagonal
3:27 Outro