Mark Holden

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A New Book For Acoustics, Part Two 
Check out this chapter from Mark Holden's new book, Acoustics Of Multi-Use Performing Arts Centers, where he guides the reader from the planning of the initial concept through to the final tuning.
A New Book For Acoustics, Part One 
Check out this excerpt from Mark Holden's new book, where he guides the reader from planning of the initial concept through to the final tuning of the acoustic design in multi-use performance spaces.
Out Of The Pits 
Why is it that some opera houses support and enhance the singers and others muffle them? Why do pit orchestras overwhelm singers in some houses, while too weak in others
Controlling Sound In Large Venues 
The build-up of low frequency amplified sound, or excessive is a common problem that occurs in spaces for amplified music such as nightclubs, concert
Great Acoustic Expectations 
Acoustic design for large performance spaces has come a long way. Concert halls and opera houses are being planned or built in Orlando, Las Vegas (really!),
Now Hear This: High School Acoustics 
This is my first in a series of occasional ramblings about acoustics and sound. In our experience, performance venues fall into three or four broad categories
Shaping the Sound 
Two acoustic solutions for today's multi-use halls
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