1- Auditory Distance Perception
University of Wisconsin - Madison
It may not seem linked to studio design at first, but it is :)
Put it in perspective.
2- Novel silencers and absorbers for wind tunnels and acoustic test cells
P. Brandstätt, H.V. Fuchs, M. Roller
That has a more obvious use. Although, in my personal experience, these systems are still rather unreliable in terms of theoretical behaviour vs real life behaviour. In short: a good system, but you have to 'learn it' in practice. And give yourself a good margin for error (which is called "wide Q tuning" in acoustics) and do not only rely on these for LF treatment in a room. Rely on both resistance to flow and pressure based absorbers. And all those somehow in-between.Click here to view the attachmentClick here to view the attachment