2017年5月23日 星期二

現代聲學研究的開端


http://99percentinvisible.org/episode/reverb-evolution-architectural-acoustics/?utm_content=bufferf3a96&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer

In 1895, Harvard University completed the construction of the Fogg Art Museum and found that one of its primary lecture halls had so much reverb, it would be impossible to use for classes. So the university turned to a young lecturer in the physics department named Wallace Sabine and asked if he could fix the space. And through his efforts on this small-sounding task, Sabine would eventually become known as the father of architectural acoustics.