Thank you for all the latest research papers in acoustics and especially the basics of acoustic design for concert halls. I have learned so much about the ambivalance of early reflections, auditory proximity, the critical timing of sound distribution but also amazing things about natural frequency dependent compression in real rooms. Thanks also for making many contributions available as an easy introduction via YT.
However, many of these YT contributions shine through the poorest audio quality imaginable. Recorded in bad acoustic environment (!), poorly miked, badly placed headsets, hissing, booming, humming, dropouts â the whole lot. Resulting in recordings of the lowest audio quality and speech intelligibility. Sometimes so bad that you can hardly follow the content. Seriously, guys, the kids over at Tiktok can do better. So next time please do your homework and walk what you talk, okay?