Thanks for all the advice, peeps, with regards to materials. We are
constrained to materials that are fire marshall rated. But I write to the
Audacity list for advice with using Audacity to record the reverberance and/or
sound pressure levels in the room.
There are several programs out there that help acousticians and architects
analyze physical spaces for their audio characteristics. Has anyone used the
tools within Audacity to perform such measurements to reduce RT60 times?
I can go out and purchase the programs that are available but do not know if
any of these are accessible to NVDA or JAWS. Time is of the essence, pun