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How could I calculate the resonances of a room if it is not a parallepiped
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Hello everyone, my name is Enzo and I have a question about resonances. I understand that resonances (axial, tangential and oblique modes) can be calculated with the length, width and depth of a room; But what if the room is not a parallepiped (I mean that seen from above the room not only has 4 walls but more). Is there a formula or a way? I would greatly appreciate your help.

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January 10, 2021 - 12:39 pm
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I also am interested in creating spheres, domes, and other geometrical shapes and testing the sound projected from different locations/heights/speaker arrangements, etc.. Is there such a software, or group that can take songs and speaker specifics, and show wave propagation with and without bodies and show decibel and penetration levels at certain points?

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