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"The aim is rather to work with the city to find an amicable solution to address the complaints raised by either lowering the volume or engaging an acoustic engineer to develop potential solutions," he said.
Professionally-designed acoustic simulation software combined with a simple, intuitive user interface mean SoundSoup can be used by architects, acoustic engineers, interior designers, property developers, office fit-out firms, educational institutions, builders, home improvement enthusiasts, and everyone interested in the sound of the environment.
Evaluating and comparing the impact that an acoustics specialist has on a performing arts project to on an educational institution, he says, "If you look at a concert hall, opera house or an auditorium, the need to achieve high performance standards will invariably have the design of it led by an acoustic engineer. In fact, their inputs will be vital in the structural design and orientation of the building, as these aspects play a key part in ensuring that the finishes are allowed to perform to their optimal level.
United attempted to increase noise levels at the club last season by appointing an acoustic engineer, the report added.
The acoustic engineer can determine whether acoustic performance requirements are satisfied by carrying out the necessary sound isolation calculations to establish the composite transmission loss performance of the facade (or shared partition) with the installed ventilator.
"We will be looking to install drapes and curtains to dampen the sounds and will seek the services of an acoustic engineer before further marquee events in the autumn."
"When a person is wearing a hearing aid, there is a distance of only 2 to 3 mm between the microphone and the receiver inside the device," says Morten Birkmose Sondergaard, senior acoustic engineer at GN ReSound, a provider of hearing instruments and diagnostic audiological instrumentation.
He worked for 30 years as an acoustic engineer for H.E.
The committee has received a grant of pounds 4,000 from the National Lottery- funded Awards for All to employ an acoustic engineer.
The first order of defense in the acoustic engineer's battle against unwanted sound is adding material to damp the ringing of structural components and prevent vibrational energy from becoming airborne.
Some feedback from an acoustic engineer: "I am amazed at how we can do a complex design in minutes...we can present a non-standard design with all the normal calcs and then show the design in practice."
According to Poul Kristensen, Senior Acoustic Engineer at GN ReSound: “The big challenge in hearing aids is to have high gain and to have that, you need to be able to control your feedback.