Sound and Acoustics Handbook

Sound and Acoustics Handbook

by William Paul Alderman


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Sound and Acoustics Handbook by William Paul Alderman

Sound & Acoustics Handbook with many illustrations explains the basics of acoustics and sound in easily understood language. You will not be intimidated by buzz words and industry lingo. This is written with both the sound system user and sound system operator in mind. Since a sound system is an electronic/acoustic system, sound reproduction is explained in terms of this relationship. This book will be most helpful to the novice and a handy reference to the competent.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780979837609
Publisher: William Alderman
Publication date: 10/17/2007
Pages: 134
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.29(d)

About the Author

After graduating tech school, William Alderman worked many years at Electronic Specialty Company for James Wolford, a pioneer in modern sound system design. Mr. Wolford was trained and licensed by Dr. C. P. Boner who developed and patented equalization techniques that are now commonly found in sound reinforcement systems. As a sound system designer and project engineer, Mr. Alderman oversaw many church, auditorium, and theater projects. He also served six years at Midway Recording Studio as an audio recording engineer where he produced commercial recordings. Born in West Virginia, he now resides in central Florida with his wife Joyce.

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