I'm near the end 1:16 to 1:21. I had the priviledge to give a presentation on Open Source Loudspeaker Modeling.
Some dude catching up on his emails. And enjoying the tunes coming out of the AvantonePro Abbeys. One sweet sounding loudspeaker. I had a small part in helping voice the originals pair. Another set of knowledgeable ears. Hats of to Mr. Craig Devin a great design and realistic price point.
I tend to post things that I hope will be of interest. Sometimes of no real connection to audio. I put up one off design work and custom work as a bit of a show and tell and a scope of capabilities over here.
What does not get put up is what I consider the more mundane parts of this business. The testing, the measurement and the engineering part.
Lot's of time staring at my computer screen.
I think it is high time that that becomes a part of the audio engineering that I put up on this blog.
Taking the opportunity to visit China these past two weeks has kind of opened my eyes to a few things. Having rubbed shoulders with a few very knowledgeable gents has motivated me to share a bit more.
So in the weeks to come I will be putting up some different pieces of information.
The topics will include some driver design points. Some info on the software that we are developing in house to facilitate the art of driver design to a little bit further degree of calculation.
I had the opportunity to give a very brief presentation about the software at the Loudspeaker Sourcing show in Nansha.
Many asked if I was going to release this software. My answer was pretty simple. I don't want to support it. That job is a thankless one. And the reason why so many programs are so expensive. The after sale support.
There is a possibility of a simple direct share with no promises. That may happen. The software does not design speakers. The person directing the software does.
So stay tuned. A few enclosures have to be finished as prototypes for a few clients. I will be posting some of the measurement and testing. And I will try and make it as interesting as I can. Questions are welcome as always. So is constructive criticism.
A little view of a guy in an anechoic chamber!
I just fit!
I helped design and build this a few years ago. Nice to see that it is being put to good use.
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