Summary of 1.0 The Fundamentals of Sound Control
- The aim of acoustic design is to serve the function of a space and the collective needs of the people using it.
- Sound is a vibration that travels through air or another elastic medium as a series of mechanical waves.
- The way sound behaves in an indoor space depends on the acoustic characteristics of surface materials and the location of boundaries and objects.
- There are four main strategies for managing acoustical issues: Absorb, Block, Cover and Diffuse.
Terms & Concepts
Managing sound in indoor spaces isn’t just about addressing the source. It’s about manipulating how sound behaves once it has been set into motion.
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