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Smaller rooms excite fewer room modes that are spaced further apart (as measured by frequency)
Smaller rooms don’t have fewer modes they just occur higher in frequency. Because the wavelengths are shorter they are closer together (at least on a linear scale).dave
Loads of fun, you can actually hear the room modes for your room (as long as your computer speakers can handle it), and also see which sets of modes are causing the most problems in your room Also included are a 3D view of the modes, Bonello's (room modes per 3rd) and Bolt's area to help in choosing room dimensions.Give it a try!http://amroc.andymel.eu
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