The TEF Soundlab Training 3 DVD
set The TEF Training Class condensed into 11 hours of class
material. Contains the topics from the TEF Level I class. The TEF Level I Training Program
is now available on DVD. Filmed at the Oklahoma City class in
2002 with Blair McNair (Chairman of the TEF Board of Advisors).
Topics Include:1.Understanding relationships
between the three acoustical domains of Time, Energy & Frequency2.The theory of Time Delay Spectrometry to make accurate
acoustical measurements in low signal to noise environments.
3.Early vs. late energy decay 4.Making accurate measurements of phase.5.Measuring frequency response of systems with multiple
loudspeakers.6.Aligning loudspeaker clusters.
7.Quantifying sound system intelligibility.8.Measuring impedance.9.Finding the direction of origin for a reflection.10.Measuring the directivity of a loudspeaker or microphone.
11.Working with all TEF measurement methodologies including MLS,
FFT and RTA.
The Level I
Class is on 3 DVD disks and is indexed for reference through the
11 hours of materials. The filming and production was done by
TEF owner, Jay Heitzmann of Accusound Productions, at the Ford
Audio & Video Training Facility. Assistant instructors were Curt
Taipale of TMS Consulting, Russ O'Toole of Teng Associates
Consulting and Gregory Miller of the TEF Division of Gold Line.
The class attendees included representatives from audio
contracting, audio consulting, academia and audio manufacturers.
If you own a TEF and want to learn how to use it, or are
thinking about perhaps buying a TEF in the future, the DVD is a
unique way to learn to think of audio from the Classic TEF