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Create custom-fit designs in less time. Bose Array Tool software helps AV system designers produce precise sound system designs quickly. The Bose Array Tool features an intuitive interface and familiar workflow, so it requires minimal training. Using the direct-field calculation engine, you can quickly trial different loudspeaker models, placements, and coverage formations to best match the needs of the venue. Once designed, export ordering lists, rigging, and array information — so your loudspeaker designs move out of the virtual world and into the real world — in virtually no time.
Version 1.0 supports designing with the Panaray MSA12X loudspeaker — support for more Bose Professional loudspeaker models will be available in future versions.
Bose has launched a software application for sound systems design: Bose Array Tool. Its workflow has been designed with intuition in mind, so that engineers can use the software tool with minim
You might be looking at the title above and thinking that somebody accidentally combined two different articles. Cardioid is a word we usually use to talk about microphones, not speakers.
Both speakers and microphones are transducers (devices that convert between electricity and air pressure) that just happen to be at the far ends of the audio chain. They are really doing the same thing in opposite directions. So while we talk about cardioid when we discuss microphone pickup patterns and show that pretty heart-shaped diagram, we can apply the same idea to speakers and talk about dispersion patterns.
Almost all speakers are directional to some degree, so we don’t bother to call them cardioid, but subwoofers are a different story. They are all