Talking Acoustics
Ep 6 - Christopher Allen

Ep 6 - Christopher Allen

May 1, 2018

Christopher Allen works for NASA as Manager of the Johnson Space Centre Acoustics Office. He works on the acoustics of space vehicles and faces some pretty interesting challenges that you don't have to deal with on earth.

Ep 5 - Trevor Gore

Ep 5 - Trevor Gore

April 6, 2018

Trevor Gore builds acoustic guitars by hand, but applies his engineering background to understand the physics of the instruments, making him a world leader in the field.

Ep 4 - Glenn Leembruggen

Ep 4 - Glenn Leembruggen

March 3, 2018

Glenn Leembruggen is not your typical acoustical consultant, he is also heavily involved with electro-acoustics and lectures in the Architecture & Design Faculty at the University of Sydney. When he is not running his two companies or working at the University he plays sax in a Chicago blues band.

Ep 3 - Renzo Tonin

Ep 3 - Renzo Tonin

February 4, 2018

Renzo Tonin built Renzo Tonin & Associates to be one of the biggest acoustic consultancies in Australia. He has conducted research that has advanced the acoustics field and in the 1980s he was one of the first people in the world to develop software to model environmental noise propogation.

Ep 2 - Gillian Lee

Ep 2 - Gillian Lee

December 1, 2017

Gillian Lee is an acoustic consultant as well as musician and recording engineer. We discuss the design of recording studios and live music venues as well as how to attract more women to the profession.

Ep 1 - Peter Knowland

Ep 1 - Peter Knowland

November 7, 2017

Peter Knowland, one of the original acousticians on the Sydney Opera House discusses acoustic design for performance spaces and a few other things he has learned in 50 years of consulting.

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