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    Question Sound Engineering

    G'day DJTT I'm hoping to get into SAE institute in melbourne either next year or the year after... what I'm asking is if anyone can throw some equations at me with examples so I have a decent understanding of how to calculate volumes at distance, frequency responces in a room and all that good stuff... I dont know very much at all but I wanna learn as much as possible so I can excel through my bachelors and maybe get a masters. thanks for any input.
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    What?

    Google "room acoustics", "room modes", RT60, "sound absorption coefficient".

    Surely SAE should teach you this stuff?
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    Quote Originally Posted by biru View Post
    What?

    Google "room acoustics", "room modes", RT60, "sound absorption coefficient".

    Surely SAE should teach you this stuff?
    they will, i think he's just trying to get a jump on it... google will definitely give you some results

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    yea they will but as Josh said I wanna get a jump start on things.
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    Don't worry it's not that complicated and exams are test, no need to worry. I didn't no that much and I was OK through out all the course. Though I only did the first year because it's the more "practical" not the second, too much writing for 9 grand

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    Quote Originally Posted by EddyMass View Post
    Don't worry it's not that complicated and exams are test, no need to worry. I didn't no that much and I was OK through out all the course. Though I only did the first year because it's the more "practical" not the second, too much writing for 9 grand
    i was going to do the course when i left high school, but i couldn't justify the money... and back then it wasn't recognised for any hecs or ausstudy.

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    wait you lost me sorry man.
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    Sorry, the deal is that there is so many people don't know what they aim for. And it's a waist of time being in a course like that if you don't know what you really want.
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