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Art Noxon of ASC Participating in a Low Frequency in Small Rooms Panel at AES139

Low Frequency Behavior in Small High Accuracy Listening Environments

Thursday, October 29, 2:15 pm — 4:15 pm (Room 1A22)

ASC President and TubeTrap inventor Art Noxon will be joining a panel of some of the industry's finest acoustic minds to discuss low frequency control in small rooms. While most people are familiar with LF patterns in mid-sized to large rooms, bass acoustics in close quarters have not evolved in the public conscious in quite the same way. The workshop will pertain to small room acoustics, LF acoustic modeling and explore real world and software solutions to bass predictions in environments like this. Stop by to see how the ASC product line fits into this picture and how it change the way you think about any frequency below 250 Hz. 

Chair:

John Storyk, Architect, Studio Designer and Principal, Walters-Storyk Design Group - Highland, NY, USA

Panelists:
Renato Cipriano, Walters Storyk Design Group - Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Eddie Kramer, Audio and Technical Consultant for KPFK 90.7FM Studio Upgrade - Los Angeles, CA, USA
Richard Lenz, RealAcoustix LLC - Ogdon, Utah
Art Noxon, AcousticSciences Corp. - Eugene, OR, USA; Tube Trap
Dirk Noy, WSDG - Basel, Switzerland
Roger Roschnik, PSI Audio