Audio Resources


Acoustic and Audio Education Sites

Acoustics.org is a great site to help you understand the basics of how sound behaves in different environments.

Synaudcon is a great technical site with an extensive knowledge base

Engineering Harmonics' web-site contains a wealth of sound design information.


Manufacturers's Websites

Drake Midas Consoles Sound Projections
Acoustics First Corp. Dynacord Middle Atlantic Products Spirit / Soundcraft
Aiphone EDI Neutrik USA, Inc. Superscope
AKG Industries Electro-Voice NSI Surge-X
Allen & Heath Fender Pro A/V Systems Panasonic Tascam
Altec Lansing Corp. FSR, Inc. Peavey Electronics Telex
Amplivox Sound Systems Furman Sound, Inc. Pelican Products Toa
Ashly Audio, Inc. Genz-Benz Phonic Ear Ultimate Support Systems
Atlas Sound H. Wilson Company ProCo West Penn Wire/CDT
Audio Technica Horizon QSC Systems Williams Sound
Biamp Systems, Inc. JBL Professional Quam
Bogen Communicatons Klark Teknik / Midas RDL Radio Design Labs
Bose Corporation Kramer Electronics, USA Rane Corp.
Community Professional Loudspeakers Lectrosonics, Inc. RCI Custom Products
Countryman Associates, Inc. Leightronics, Inc. Rapco
Crown International, Inc. Listen Technologies Corp. Shure Incorporated
Da-Lite Screen Company Lowell Manufacturing Soundcraft USA
dbx, Inc. Mackie Designs, Inc. Soundsphere
Denon Marantz Professional Soundtube



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