How To Achieve A Uniform Sound Field?

- Jun 20, 2018-

First, there should be no obvious defects in the building structure. For example, there cannot be too many columns in the room, and the walls should avoid the arc of traps, especially the walls on one side of the stage can't have larger structures; there can't be bigger shadow areas in the scope of sound reinforcement, etc. However, due to the inability to make a lot of changes after the completion of the construction of the building structure to meet these requirements, in sound engineering, we should try our best to use experience and cleverly arrange the sound reinforcement area to avoid the larger defect structure and bring them. The impact is minimized.

Secondly, it is possible to provide the decoration unit with some simple solutions to improve the sound diffusion effect in a timely and effective manner. For example, all concert halls have good sound diffusion effects because they use a large number of sound diffusers of various shapes inside, and these structures can be completed by some simple decorative methods, so as long as the method is properly implemented, it can be achieved. For better results, of course, it is not an easy task to reasonably and properly design the shape, position, and quantity of the diffuser. Generally, it is more economical and feasible to use the method of wall cement picking, although this method is relatively old. And it is not very beautiful, but it can play a very effective role in the sound diffusion of the hall.

Furthermore, the rational arrangement of the sound system, especially the placement of the speakers must be strictly required. If you can use the computer design software provided by some speaker manufacturers in the design to perform the sound field simulation is better, if not, you should actually adjust until the best sound field on the scene so far.



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