ISCE presents sound measurement training

Presented by Peter Mapp, the course covers the measurement of essential acoustic design parameters, such as background noise level and reverberation time
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The Institute of Sound and Communication Engineers (ISCE) is once again running its sound measurement techniques training course on 14 April 2016 in Wigan.

The course covers the measurement of essential acoustic design parameters, such as 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 even invalidate the readings.

Course presenter Peter Mapp has lectured all over the world and was nominated ‘Instructor of the year’ by the National Sound Contractor’s Association of America.

He is a contributing author to several technical reference books on audio and acoustics and has written and presented numerous papers to the Institute of Acoustics and Audio Engineering Society.

Mapp is a member of several British and International Standards committees and is currently chair of IEC 60268-16, the standard for the measurement of the Speech Transmission Index (STI).

A background in physics, acoustics and measurement and on a practical level, designing and measuring over 800 sound systems, give Peter a unique perspective to discuss sound system design, speech intelligibility and measurement.

For further details and to book, please visit http://www.isce.org.uk/isce-training/

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