WindAcoustics  UG (haftungsbeschraenkt)

Auditory-Adapted Acoustics and Audio-Signal Processing

Based on our extensive technical/scientific background, we work on all questions related to sound and its processing. Thereby, a special focus lies on audible sound and audio communication, where we always aim at taking an auditory-oriented perspective.

This approach has been proven instrumental in numerous applications and is justified, as the human ear functions as the unchangeable final receiver to all possible audio-communication scenarios. Our detailed knowledge on the normal and impaired auditory system helps us find the optimal compromise for our solutions, taking into account the specific audience.

An important part of our work is consulting in the area of audio and PA equipment and set up taking into account specific parameters or locations for a prime acoustics performance. Thereby, our longstanding, international stage experience is an excellent extension to our detailed knowledge on the technical background. If you need support in selecting, planning, or setting up instruments, equipment, or a whole system, or if you need specially designed software, you are in good hands with us. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions on the detailed technical background or just need reasonable settings for studio and live equipment.

Apart from the treatment of technical and scientific questions, we are particularly concerned with the prevention of hearing loss. For this purpose, we offer trainings and information events for all age groups in English or German, especially including schoolchildren and teenagers. Protecting the hearing system, especially by informing about its sensitivity, cannot start too early. Damage to the hearing system is mostly irreversible, meaning not treatable! A single loud concert, fireworks, or one clap close to the ear may cause permanent damage. Let us protect our children - by information! If one is unaware that the hearing system needs protection, they will not be careful. Against this background, information regarding hearing damage must be available the first time in elementary school, and refreshed as often as possible. Let us speak about possible informational events.

If you are interested in our topics, or if you need further information, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always interested to talk about the fascinating world of acoustics.

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Your WindAcoustics Team