On Mon, 2010-03-01 at 02:50 +0100, Jörn Nettingsmeier wrote:
Ha ha, well, it is a classic after all!
(when I was in TU I taught this sound in space class and Prof Stefan
Weinzierl was also teaching a similar course at the same time and we
_both_ played Turenas in the first class - students were a little
puzzled, as well as myself :-)
> yes, it sounded excellent here, too. then folkmar hein (who had
That is surprising, I have to try it!
> but that piece gave me one particular headache: the phasiness artefacts
Interesting. I don't think I quite understand. Do you have code for
that? Or any suggestions?
A couple of weeks ago I did Phoné and it also sounded very good (this
time inside our small concert hall).
> i'd love to try such a rig outdoors, i can imagine how nice it could be.
It was very very nice. The backyard is not so big and is flanked on two
sides by the building itself. See it here:
We bought 8 new QSC speakers and used a couple of old Meyer subs and
after calibrating a little bit it was sounding great. I did not measure
to the centimeter but it still worked. I imagine with all your
experience you would do a much better job.
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