The subject of acoustics encompasses elements of both physical science and cognitive perception. Our ears deliver complex information that the brain interprets, such as level, pitch, and location; our brain also deciphers language from the acoustical information that it gathers. The problem is that often the features making a room excellent for music are the very same features that make the room a poor choice for speech intelligibility. The house of worship is rarely a perfect acoustical ...

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