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Accurately simulate CODA Audio Loudspeakers in any 3D Scene with unmatched precision and speed.
The System Optimiser is now available as a native macOS / Windows / Linux application for registered users.
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We are pleased to announce the public availability of a new version of our up-and-coming prediction software, System Optimiser. Much work has been undertaken to add many more features, including:
Design all sizes of audio system from the smallest of gatherings right up to the largest of stadium productions with incredible ease. Creating proposals for clients? SPL Pressure mapping is presented to you in incredible detail, with a strong sense of reality. Pushed for time? Workflow is tantamount to accuracy and with this in mind, bespoke tools are provided to fully enable the system designer.
Computationally intensive operations have been highly optimised to deliver results in seconds, not minutes – call it ‘mathemagic’… Predictions are wholly based on real-world electro-acoustic measurements, heavily utilising multifaceted multipole expansions. A highly complex atmospheric model is employed; taking temperature, dewpoint, humidity and altitude into account. Complex response functions are morphed using cutting edge continuous phase techniques, the end result being authentic free-field predictions indistinguishable from reality.
Clever tools are included to create complex designs effortlessly. Use the layout tool to place loudspeakers in a multitude of shapes and arrangements. The template engine is an incredibly powerful way of managing entities within the layout system. Measurement microphones can be placed anywhere within the 3D scene. Probes are a smart extension of the measurement microphones that make choosing line array angles stress-free. Link Groups define how line arrays are connected, and allow electronic filters to be applied to correct for distance and splay angle.
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