A Statistical Description Of Ground-to-Ground Sound Propagation

OCD audiophiles rejoice. “A statistical description of ground-to-ground sound propagation” by Schomer shows much your listening experience changes day to day. This longterm study breaks down the huge variations that occur in outdoor listening situations. Schomer played a series of independent frequency tones over and over again. These tones were over a series of months. The sounds were recorded at various distances. These parameters were kept constant. The atmosphere was always changing. The variations were much wider than anybody expected.


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