Acoustic Power Lab (APL) has become SynAudCon sponsor! It is well-known training company among audio engineers and sound system professionals. SynAudCon offers practical and relevant education through their in-person seminars, online training, member’s forum, and their online educational library.
Celebrating this event we want to share our joy with our clients and we have fantastic gifts:
SynAudCom membership opens the door to a wealth of audio information and provides unlimited opportunity for connecting and collaborating with thousands of industry professionals. It also includes: member’s forum; over 500 technical articles on audio and acoustics; intensive field studies; RIR exchange; member directory.
And the most valuable present is a chance to attend training course at SynAudCon. All the detailed information will be given individually.
(Simply make an order for any of APL products and get your present! )
Please contact APL to get your free SynAudCom membership or to attend training course at SynAudCon. (Prospective customers will have preference.)
Notice: the present amount is limited!
Also, to support an education and in conjunction with this event, APL is offering APL TDA software’s individual license for student’s license price for one month.
With regards to the method of using TDA. Since it is measuring frequency arrival times, why do we need to ensure that both L and R frequency response should be close or within 3db? A higher or lower vol does not change each frequency arrival time right?
I asked, as I am still testing if APL1 would be worth investing. I have purchased the softwares including the VST for use in my home office system.
So if L/R frequency balance is important, I would have no way to see if TDA can make any further improvements in my Car system or see if I can use TDA to improve on my cars delay timing?