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  • Course Description: AEC Daily: The Possibilities of Acoustics


    When you think of acoustics in the built environment, you may think of something…precise, like a sound rating, mathematical equation, or acoustic test report. Or perhaps you think of acoustical products that help create soft, sound-absorbing surfaces. But I bet you don’t think of the word "blurry."

    In this course, we’ll dive into the blurry, gray, area of acoustics. Our guest is an expert in acoustic architecture who will open our minds to the possibilities of acoustics and take us on a journey with sound that will spark new thinking about acoustics.



    Learning Objective

    Discuss various aspects of acoustics, such as blurriness and precision, and the way they can enrich or detract from users’ experiences and comfort level.

    Recognize the role that different geometries and materials play in manipulating the sound and acoustics of a space and the impact they have on creating a healthy and peaceful environment for occupants.

    Examine psychoacoustics and the way that sound perception and noise levels can influence human behavior and determine users’ comfort and mental wellness.

    Compare acoustical tools, such as auralization and acoustic fingerprints, which enable designers to create sound-sensitive rooms, ensuring a comfortable and safe experience for occupants.