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University: Edinburgh Napier University
Sector(s): Information & Communications Technologies, Aerospace, Aviation & Transport, Construction & Built Environment, Creative Industries, Electronics, Sensors & Photonics, Environment & Sustainability, Tourism
The custom 18 channel 2.6 kW surround sound system can be used to auralise room acoustics, noise prediction and loudspeaker setups in addition to location surround sound recordings, synthesised soundscapes and auditory displays.
Twenty Genelec 8030A bi-amplified monitors and four Genelec 7070A active subwoofers provide a free field frequency response of 20 Hz - 20 kHz (± 2 dB). The Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) is a Pro Tools HD 3 Accel system with 192 kHz interfaces, a second Mac Pro runs Logic Pro, Max/MSP and Native Instruments Komplete. In addition an 8 channel Pro Tools 003 rig is used for location recordings and Spectrafoo is used for measurement and analysis.
The Auralisation suite services are available on a consultancy and/or services basis from the university.
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