L-Acoustics opens access to scientific library
Friday, 17 April 2020
white-papersThe White Papers are all available for download on the L-Acoustics website
France - In line with its ongoing commitment to scientific research and the advancement of the audio industry, L-Acoustics has announced the release of three new White Papers: Measurement Quality at Low Frequencies, Measurement Quality at High Frequencies and Optimum Measurement Locations for Loudspeaker System Equalisation, all available for download on the L-Acoustics website.
“Our White Papers have been conceived in a condensed format, and are published on our website and social media channels, in order to reach the widest possible audience,” comments Etienne Corteel, director of education & scientific outreach at L-Acoustics. “They are formatted to present our rigorous scientific research in a user-friendly way, and represent our commitment to the wide acceptance of science-based sound design principles.”
L-Acoustics has also made its entire catalogue of AES scientific articles available for download free of charge. This includes recent subjects such as Optimum Measurement Locations for Large-Scale Loudspeaker System Tuning Based on First-Order Reflections Analysis and On the Efficiency of Flown vs. Ground Stacked Subwoofer Configurations, through to its AES article, Wavefront Sculpture Technology.
This comes in addition to the company’s daily online webinars, aimed to help industry members update and sharpen skills on L-Acoustics products and tools.
Hosted at 5pm Paris time / 8am Los Angeles time every weekday, the webinars cover categories like education, but also Application Case Studies, Product & Technology Outreach and Conversation with the Pros, featuring guest speakers. The calendar of upcoming webinars can be found on the L-Acoustics website and all completed sessions are made available on YouTube to watch at leisure.
“As with our traditional training, the webinars are conducted by expert professionals, selected for their skills and experience in the audio industry. This will allow our users to utilize this time of forced hiatus to expand their knowledge on the L-Acoustics workflow,” adds Corteel. “Until we can again offer our traditional training and L-Acoustics accreditation programs, we wanted to allow L-Acoustics users worldwide to have access to a free online resource.”
(Jim Evans)

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