Talking Acoustics
Ep 16 - Fiona Young and the Solais Sandpit

Ep 16 - Fiona Young and the Solais Sandpit

May 31, 2020

The architectural perspective on the interaction between acoustics and the built form learning environment from Hayball's Fiona Young. An immersive adventure about an acoustician and a team of architects going back to school to run a project based learning exercise with year 7 students at Domremy College, thanks to principal Vivienne Awad. 

Ep 15 - Marion Burgess

Ep 15 - Marion Burgess

March 22, 2020

After completing a degree in physics, Marion Burgess commenced working in acoustics in an Australian building research laboratory. Since then she has had over 40 years broad experience in many aspects of acoustics including building, environmental and occupational noise measurement, assessments, control and research.

Ep 14 - Katie Teyhan

Ep 14 - Katie Teyhan

January 28, 2020
Katie is a specialist in the technical field of environmental acoustics associated with mining, industry, roads and railway transportation. Katie manages the acoustics team for EMM in Newcastle, Australia. She is passionate about education and mentoring others in acoustics.
Ep 13 - Joanne Valentine

Ep 13 - Joanne Valentine

March 31, 2019

Joanne Valentine started out studying architecture and with Harold Marshall as a lecturer, quickly developed a passion for room acoustics. She has followed that passion for over 30 years, working on the acoustic design performing arts projects around the world.

Ep 12 - Rick Bond (Lucie Audio)

Ep 12 - Rick Bond (Lucie Audio)

February 28, 2019

Rick Bond is a speaker builder from Melbourne Victoria and his company Lucie Audio not only builds speakers but also a matching DSP-based audio processor to apply room corrections to the system in real time.

Ep 11 - Meisha Stevens

Ep 11 - Meisha Stevens

November 29, 2018

Meisha Stevens is a consultant with Wood & Grieve, based in Sydney who has an interest in psycho-acoustics and how we react to unpleasant sounds. She was this year awarded the Future Leader Award by the National Association of Women in Construction.

Ep 10 - Presence by Sir Harold Marshall

Ep 10 - Presence by Sir Harold Marshall

October 31, 2018

This episode is a recording of a presentation delivered by Sir Harold Marshall as part of a colloquium on Presence that took place in Auckland in July 2018. The presentation is entitled 'The Oblique Imperative: the acoustic dimensions of presence'.

Ep 9 - Jos Mulder

Ep 9 - Jos Mulder

August 20, 2018

Jos Mulder lectures in Sound at Murdoch University in Perth, WA. How do you get a great acoustic concert hall to sound good amplified? And what can we do to save the hearing of musicians and concertgoers?

Ep 8 - Marcia Isakson

Ep 8 - Marcia Isakson

July 9, 2018

Marcia Isakson is the immediate past president of the Acoustical Society of America. She went to West Point and served in the military before moving into research and teaching in underwater acoustics, and currently works with the University of Texas in Austin. She has a passion for attracting more women into the field and has works with the Women in Acoustics committee as part of her work with the ASA.

Ep 7 - John Meyer

Ep 7 - John Meyer

June 13, 2018

John Meyer, along with his wife Helen, foundered one of the worlds leading audio technology manufacturers, Meyer Sound in the 1970's. They have an emphasis on research and development which in recent years has seen the development of the Constellation active architecture system. I sat down with John recently and talked about everything from active acoustics to AM radio.

 

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