Hall Acoustics

Hall Acoustics

An especially sensitive area for acoustics planning is the design of Halls. In addition to optimally guiding sound to the listeners' space, the best sound conditions must be created on the stage. It thus uses damping of the room in the area of the musicians across a broad band, particularly in the lower frequency areas. This produces higher acoustic transparency and allows better interaction with little power.
The side and ceiling surfaces of the orchestra stage support sound radiation into the listening area with early reflections. Because of the risk of flutter echoes, the lateral boundary walls are never parallel to one another.

The acoustic system using selective sound control also offers significant benefits to users in the Hall. By using special types of materials and combinations, playability is guaranteed under varying levels of occupation of the space. This means to the Hall operator that optimal acoustic performance can be achieved even if there are only a few listeners.