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I've worked in a few large stages (<5000) people and I have never seen a stage filled with sand. The stage is usually an aluminum construction made of lite decks or even steel decks. This is usually p …
answered Aug 14 '17 by Schizomorph
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acoustics and I wouldn't want to tell you something that isn't correct. It's also the kind of thing that is done with specialized software rather than trying to make approximations using pen and … paper. There are companies that specialize in acoustics and they should have the software to suggest a certain shape/construction. …
answered Aug 14 '17 by Schizomorph
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I don't know if there's an instrument that can measure this but you can calculate the RMS value of complex waveforms in many ways. It would include some maths so I would personally recommend using som …
answered Aug 25 '17 by Schizomorph
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is usually folded. This is a very interesting (and creative) example of how a 'horn' can be folded and tuned. I don't think my acoustics are good enough to go into more detail but this article on wind instruments should give almost all the information you need. …
answered Aug 22 '17 by Schizomorph