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diypass 14th January 2013 07:24 AM

CATT-Acoustic vs Odeon vs ease/easera
 
which is better for :
-acoustics
-convolutio/deconvolution
-auralization

thank you in advance for your answers

schmeet 14th January 2013 10:12 AM

I've only used CATT-Acoustic. Its pretty good for all three of the above and does some good stuff with Ambisonics if you set it up and have the right package/add-ons.

schmeet 14th January 2013 10:13 AM

Be aware though that they all have the same limitation in that they do ray-tracing. I.e. they don't model sound as a wave which is a pretty basic error.

For most, simple, models this is ok but the user needs to be aware of what implications this will have when interpreting the results.


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