EASE Data Now Available for 13 Meyer Products
Meyer Sound has made available high-resolution measurement data of 13 of its most popular loudspeakers in the Generic Loudspeaker Library format, allowing users of EASE design and simulation software to model the interaction of Meyer Sound self-powered loudspeakers with the acoustics of rooms.
Meyer Sound has made available high-resolution measurement data of 13 of its most popular loudspeakers in the GLL (Generic Loudspeaker Library) format, allowing users of EASE design and simulation software to model the interaction of Meyer Sound self-powered loudspeakers with the acoustics of rooms. With the release of EASE 4.3, Meyer Sound says the software can now import and view Meyer Sound’s one-degree measurement data in the GLL format, which is higher resolution than the EASE SPK file format used by previous versions of program.
The following product GLL files are now available for download from Meyer Sound’s website: MILO (60, 90, 120), MICA, M’elodie, 700-HP, 600-HP, 500-HP, UPQ-1P/2P, UPJ-1P, UPJunior, and SD-3F.
That said, Meyer Sound’s MAPP Online Pro acoustical prediction program will still be the company’s preferred prediction tool, according to the company.
“The utility of acoustical prediction programs depends on several factors, including the accuracy of the measurement data used to model the individual loudspeakers, the consistency of the product from cabinet, and finally on the quality of the algorithms used to process that data,” said John Meyer, Meyer Sound CEO, in a statement. “While EASE is designed to incorporate articulation data and room acoustics information, MAPP is designed to facilitate aligning loudspeaker systems with the highest level of accuracy, and therefore took care to exclude room data. With its ability to incorporate higher-resolution GLL data, EASE has become a much more useful platform for accurate system modeling, enabling its users to evaluate Meyer Sound loudspeaker performance simulations with a good degree of confidence.”
The EASE software program was created by Acoustic Design Ahnert, and is developed and supported by the Ahnert Feistel Media Group of Berlin, Germany.