What is Audieum’s Modal algorithm based on?
Audieum’s Modal algorithm is based on the Finite Element Method (FEM). This wave-based method accurately models sound propagation in rooms. By employing FEM, Audieum ensures a high level of precision in predicting room acoustic characteristics.
Can Audieum Modal model absorptive materials?
Currently, the Modal feature in Audieum is designed to calculate room modes considering rigid boundaries, which can be assimilated to concrete surfaces. However, we are actively working on developing the capability to model absorptive materials as part of our ongoing improvements and updates.
Is it possible to calculate the frequency response given a source and receiver pair?
Calculating the frequency response given a specific source and receiver pair is a feature that is currently under development in Audieum. If you are interested in this type of calculation, we recommend reaching out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team will be happy to discuss your requirements and provide assistance or explore the possibility of a custom simulation tailored to your specific needs.
Why is the Frequency Range currently limited up to 120 Hz?
Higher frequencies require longer calculation. During Beta testing, to ensure optimal performance, we’re limiting the load on our servers. This upper limit will be increased for the official release of the software.