What is ‘Acoustic Modeling’ and how does Sound Planning use this system to take your projects from “How?” to “Wow!”
Acoustic Modeling is one of the many premier tools that the expert integrators at Sound Planning use to help plan and build your custom audio-visual system. But what the heck is it? Simply put, Acoustic Modeling creates a computer model of all the annoying little things that you may have noticed yourself when you last stood in a room and had to listen to something. Places where the sound was bad or unclear; places where the audio speakers were too soft or, more likely, far too loud. Acoustic Modeling helps the Sound Planning integrators determine where and why all these annoyances happen by testing the real acoustics of whatever space you might be using. Now, put down that air-dry clay; these models are purely digital. But these 3D digital models represent the real spaces you work in every day and help the Sound Planning team design the best possible custom solutions.