Stonehenge: beyond reverberation time
Stonehenge: analysis of my 1:12 scale model, going beyond reverberation time to examine early decay time.
How reverberant was Stonehenge?
The reverberation time in our 1:12 scale model compared to the full scale replica at Maryhill, USA
How Santa tested the acoustics in the Inchindown Oil Depot
To make the video “Santa does Architectural Acoustics” I used a process called auralisation to virtually place him into the oil tank that has the World record reverberation time. As you can see from the photo below, he would have been too plump to fit down the access pipes, which are behind him. Auralisation is […]
Did acoustics affect where palaeolithic cave 'art' was painted?
Did the first large scale scientific test of the theory that acoustics affected where palaeolithic cave ‘art’ was painted, support the hypothesis? The lead author on the paper explains.
360 Video of Reverberation Chamber
Here is another 360 video recorded with spatial audio – so reach for your headphones. The heavy reverberation creates some interesting aural effects, some of them probably due to how YouTube creates the binaural rendering and are not real. So I’ve done an anechoic chamber in 360 video, and now a reverberant space. What next?
Should London's new concert hall be a shoe-box?
The pros and cons of the new London hall being a shoebox shape
The Shape of the Philharmonie de Paris
The new Philharmonie de Paris and how it’s shaped to make a great acoustic.
Extreme acoustics in the Emanuel Vigeland mausoleum
The remarkable acoustic matches the extraordinary frescos in the Emanuel Vigeland museum, Oslo
Acoustic analysis of playing the World's 'longest echo'
Taking apart the sound of the saxophone in the Inchindown Oil Tanks
Playing the World's 'longest echo'
My experience of playing the saxophone in the world record oil tank