A negative volume means that your room is "inside-out", which might result from the fact most or all faces or your model have the wrong orientation.
Especially when using statistical room acoustics or raytracing methods in EASE, calculations may provide erroneous results if the room is not closed properly. This is not as important when only the coverage of the sound system is investigated.
This 5 days on-site training will be based on EASE 4, giving an introduction to the new tool EASE 5-FE for a smooth transition.
Entry Level: 2 days (600 USD)
Advanced Level: 5 days (1,250 USD)
When I enter Audience Areas and/or Listeners Seats, are the seats already considered "occupied" for the mapping calculations? If not - how do I simulate real listeners?
Neither Audience Areas nor Seats do have any acoustical effect on simulation results, thus do not include any absorption data and are therefore acoustically transparent. Audience Areas and Listener Seats serve as receiver points for simulations only.
This free and open webinar will cover the most important features and tools in EASE 5-FE JR version.
This webinar is mostly for R&D engineers, technical directors in pro-audio manufacturers and those who are interested in loudspeaker modeling techniques. The participant is assumed to have experience in loudspeaker development and measurement and acoustic simulation.
Ahnert Feistel Media Group
Located in Berlin, Germany, AFMG® Technologies GmbH has created the industry standards EASE and EASERA software for acoustic simulation and measurement as well as their related products EASE Focus, AFMG SysTune, EASE Address and EASE SpeakerLab.
In cooperation with our partner company SDA Software Design Ahnert GmbH we develop and distribute software for:
engineering and physics