ISCE announces Sound Measurement Techniques course16 September 2015
The Institute of Sound and Communications Engineers (ISCE) has revealed the details of ‘Sound Measurement Techniques’, a new course scheduled for 8 October in Hemel Hempstead, UK.
Presented by experienced acoustics consultant Dr Peter Mapp (pictured), who has presented numerous papers to the Institute of Acoustics and Audio Engineering Society and was named ‘instructor of the year’ by the US National Systems Contractors Association, Sound Measurement Techniques will cover the measurement of essential acoustic design parameters, including background noise level and reverberation time.
Attendees will learn which frequency weighting and sound-level meter integration time settings to use, how to measure the STI intelligibility performance of a sound system and the typical site issues that can affect or invalidate readings.
Dr Mapp will, says the ISCE, “take you on a step-by-step journey through the acoustic measurement minefield, not only explaining the terminology and technology but bringing this to life with a series of live practical measurement demonstrations”.
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