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Claudiu L.:
Greetings,

I have read about the issues of a geodesic dome for recording. What about for concerts? Does the dome properties of focusing the sound help in this sittuation?
I visited a small dome (10-15 meters diameter) and there was a nice natural amplification of sound. Did i missed something?

I want to build a small concert room so i'm looking for advises. Thanks!

Claudiu L.

EmilyGreen:
IK do not really know for sure, however when you go to pay to write essay , you will definitely figure it out.

glennbrown:
Domes as a concert hall could be cool...
They certainly are a strong method of spreading the weight of the ceiling and acoustical devices.

If we were to design a dome it would have treatment related to reducing and diffusing the parabolic reflections that might be problematic.

Unusual spaces are definitely interesting as performance venues.

Glenn Brown
GBP Studios
www.gbp-studio-acoustics.com
glennbrn@aol.com
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Dominick Costanzo:
Arthur Lyman did many recordings in the Kaiser aluminum geodesic dome at the Kaiser Hawaiian Village Hotel on  Waikiki in Honolulu.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpRVviSZsF8

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