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Thanks a lot for your great job! Thesis is very informative! It inspired me to try some optimizations of my own for my control room build. Sadly code from appendices was removed. But it is fully understandable in our World…
I have some thoughts and questions:
In case of diffuser optimization for specific room it seems intuitively that it is better to optimize diffuser response at listener position with the source at monitor position (in addition or may be even instead of overall diffusion optimization). It is not obvious though what should be considered a good response at listener position. I suspect it should be checked for artifacts (especially in case of breaking 3λ rule, which is really interesting). And may be it is a good idea to optimize for less scattering to listener position with source in monitor position to loose early reflections. What do you think?
Thanks again and best regards!