Archives for April 2010

OOOPs: Mistake found on “Phase wavelenth intro post”

I found a mistake in the MAPP plot in the intro gallery: one pic had the wrong autocad background and showed the lines crossing in phase where the acoustical was cancelling. I am sorry for any confusion this may have caused.  THIS IS THE RIGHT ONE  (aslo found in the ols post0 6o6

Off to Mexico for AES and SIM3 Training – Updated

I have been busy putting together new material for SIM 3 training, and AES seminar and the upcoming Broadway Sound Master Class. You have seen some of the work in progress below, but I have had to push to get things ready for showtime.  Sorry for the delay in getting more things posted and for […]

Phase Wavelengths: The End Fire Cardioid Array made visible

The end fire array is one of the most talked about, even if not the most often implemented of the cardioid subwoofer arrays. It can be a challenge to wrap our heads around how we get the speakers to play leap-frog in the forward direction and demolition derby on the back side. Looking at the […]

Phase Wavelengths Intro

So I was getting reasdy for my seminar here in Mexico city. About an hour before and I find that the graphics were mislabeled. Particularly problem was the one that had the wrong autocad backrground – the acoustical cancelled where the phase lines showed IN PHASE. OOOPPPPPPPs. Sorry. Should be fixed now. So I got […]

Subwoofer Delay Taper (Update 1)

Here is a quick preview of my next post.  These plots contain concentric circles. Each represents a wavelength traveled from the speaker at 125 Hz (2.73 meters). The first one shows 7 speakers spaced at 1/2 wavelength (1.37m) and all set to 0 ms delay. The concentric are all the same for the 7 speakers […]