About Art Noxon

Art Noxon is a fully accredited Acoustical Engineer with Master of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering/Acoustics and Physics. A Professional Engineer since 1982, he is licensed in Oregon to practice engineering in the public domain with the specialty area of acoustics. A prolific inventor, he developed and patented the iconic TubeTrap, the original corner-loaded bass trap/treble diffuser, 150 other acoustic devices, and counting. Lecturer, writer, and teacher of acoustics, he has presented 7 AES papers, numerous magazine articles, white papers and blogs. He is president of Acoustic Sciences Corporation, the company he founded in 1984.
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Stonehenge Acoustics and ASC’s QuickSoundField

Let's talk about Stonehenge Acoustics and ASC's QuickSoundField. The Neolithic monument in southern England known as Stonehenge has a 4500 year history that is [...]

Stonehenge Acoustics and ASC’s QuickSoundField2021-12-28T11:15:56-08:00

Playing a Long and Narrow Room Properly

If your audio room is quite long and fairly narrow, this tip applies to you.  If your audio room also has a peaked ceiling that [...]

Playing a Long and Narrow Room Properly2021-12-28T10:20:56-08:00

AttackWall Acoustic Treatment

AttackWall Acoustic Treatment: Michael Cooper tests the application, and evaluates the cost-effectiveness, of the AttackWall from Acoustic Sciences Corporation. It could be said that a [...]

AttackWall Acoustic Treatment2021-12-30T11:49:28-08:00

Announcing a Cure for Reflectophobia

By Arthur Noxon. Originally published in Audio Media Magazine, October 2003 This debilitating mental condition was first reported in an AES paper in the early [...]

Announcing a Cure for Reflectophobia2021-12-08T09:50:41-08:00

Creating Authentic Vocal Tracks

By Arthur Noxon. Originally published in Oregon Film & Video Magazine One of the many aspects of film production involves visual/sonic continuity. The eyes can [...]

Creating Authentic Vocal Tracks2021-12-15T11:24:20-08:00

Let’s Talk Some Anatomy

Let's Talk Some Anatomy - No, we wont ask you to memorize any bone or organ names, and there will be no quiz. But, let's [...]

Let’s Talk Some Anatomy2021-12-15T11:19:49-08:00

Let’s Talk HiFi Speakers pt 2

Check out Part 1 of this series What do people love about dipole speakers? One of the most frequent comments we hear is that the [...]

Let’s Talk HiFi Speakers pt 22022-01-06T11:19:33-08:00

Let’s Talk HiFi Speakers pt 1

Check out Part 2 in this series Here we see some common dispersion patterns found in HiFi Loudspeakers. Recall that the bass range is omnidirectional [...]

Let’s Talk HiFi Speakers pt 12022-01-06T11:23:28-08:00

Upper Partials Make the Music

We now know that good articulation improves the attack transients in musical playback to provide the dynamics of a live performance. We know that Upper [...]

Upper Partials Make the Music2021-12-09T09:57:45-08:00

Articulation and the Small Room (AES-1988)

—Arthur M. Noxon Acoustic Sciences Corporation Eugene, Oregon USA Articulation and the Small Room Presented at the 85th AES Convention Los Angeles, CA, November 1988 [...]

Articulation and the Small Room (AES-1988)2021-12-28T09:34:35-08:00
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