When sound reinforcement systems are used outdoors, absorptive surfaces are usually present along the propagation path of the sound. This may lead to a very significant colouration of the spectrum received by the audience. The colouration depends on the location and directivity of the loudspeaker, the nature of the absorptive surface (eg grass) and the location of the audience. It is discussed how this effect may be calculated and numerical examples are shown. The results show a significant colouration and attenuation of the sound due to grass-covered surfaces.
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - 1996|
|Event||100th Audio Engineering Society Convention - Copenhagen, Denmark|
Duration: 11 May 1996 → 14 May 1996
Conference number: 100
|Conference||100th Audio Engineering Society Convention|
|Period||11/05/1996 → 14/05/1996|