The design and conception of concert halls presents an especially sensitive area in the area of acoustic design. Along with the optimum guidance of sound for the spectators‘ gallery in the auditorium, optimum sound relationships must also be created on the stage. For this reason the space in the area surrounding the musicians is dampened across a broad bandwidth and in particular in the low frequency region with the help of selective sound guidance. This creates raised acoustic transparency and makes better interaction possible with only a little effort.
Concert Halls for symphony Orchestras
The side and ceiling regions of the orchestral podium should support sound emission into the listeners‘ area with early reflections. Because of the risk of flutter echoes, the limiting side walls may never be parallel to one another.
The acoustic system of selective sound guidance also offers clear advantages for the user in the field of concert halls. The sound system of selective noise linking also lends itself to clear advantages for the user with concert halls. Playability is also guaranteed for the widest levels of occupancy in these spaces too, through the use of special types of materials and combinations of these. This means that for operators of concert halls, optimum acoustic reproduction can also be achieved with only a few listeners in the audience.
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