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a physicist who specializes in acoustics

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Lausanne architect Blaise Arlaud, who works for the firm EcoAcoustique, agrees that acousticians should be brought in early in any urban design project.
Its report claims "a small group of wind industry funded acousticians have taken control of the Institute of Acoustics (IOA) and its noise working groups."
Trevor Cox is also an acoustician, with a similar passion.
Stanford University Libraries has provided digital access to large portions of the Musical Acoustics Research Library (MARL), making available important research papers from some of the most eminent acousticians of the 20th century (http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt6h4nf6qc/).
McBride's presentation highlighted the archival holdings of the Musical Acoustics Research Library, a collection at Stanford University that documents the activities of the Catgut Acoustical Society and associated prominent acousticians; the work of Carleen Hutchins and Arthur Benade was emphasized, especially their research and experiments in modifying instruments to improve tone quality.
Stanford University Libraries has provided digital access to large portions of the Musical Acoustics Research Library (MARL) making available important research papers from some of the most eminent acousticians of the 20th century (www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt6h4nf6qc/).
Along with Audion4, IntriCon will feature its Audion6 amplifier and Lumen 1000 wireless hearing system, which were released at the International Congress of Hearing Aid Acousticians (EUHA) in October 2012.
The acousticians suggested the hall be built with as much natural material as possible, which led Strathmore designers to originally specify American yellow birch wood flooring and panelling.
The audience members--architectural historians, musicologists, and acousticians, but also singers--experienced a variety of choral performances in plainchant, polyphony, and the spoken voice, as well as instrumental performance of organs.
Jaffe, a consultant in acoustics who has designed concert halls and symphonic music pavilions for orchestral ensembles in the US, provides a manual for acousticians, concert administrators and others in the field, that details a method of designing concert halls and other symphonic performance venues.
If acousticians are involved in the healthcare design process at all, it is typically to reduce HVAC noise; they are seldom asked how to improve sleep, speech privacy, or the ability to communicate accurately or hear alarms.
Product costs are only a third of the total expenditure, the rest of which can be attributed to acousticians, doctors and the administration, he added.
The acousticians, says Carfrae, wanted to counteract the "nasty" acoustics that usually exist in pools because of the hard reflective surfaces.
Acousticians can change room characteristics such as the reverberate field level, which is related to the total sound in a room, and the room constant (the amount of absorption related to the surfaces in the room).