Seminars and Lectures

Projects
Author Date Title
Mapp, P 2008 Computer Modelling. Workshop at AES 124th Convention, Amsterdam
Mapp, P 2008 10 things to get right in PA and sound reinforcement. Workshop at AES 124th Convention, Amsterdam.
Mapp, P 2007 Roll over RaSTI – Santa has some new toys.
Talk to IOA London Branch, December 2007
Mapp, P 2007 Syn-Aud-Con Equalisation Seminar (EQ07)(Staff
Presenter). Salt Lake City, USA July 2007
Mapp, P 2006 Room Impulse Response Workshop at 121st Convention San Francisco USA October 2006
Mapp, P 2006 Why are PA systems such a nuisance – the two sides if the story. Talk to LARIF May 2006
Mapp, P 2006 Intelligible Intelligibility – How to make PA & VA Systems Understandable and meet Intelligibility Standards. Seminar, Plasa September 2006
Mapp, P 2005 Disastrous Sound Systems. Seminar, Plasa September 2005
Mapp, P 2004 Optimising Sound System Intelligibility Performance. NSCA, Las Vegas
Mapp, P 2004 Syn-Aud-Con Architectural Acoustics Measurement and Prediction Seminar (Staff Presenter). Las Vegas, USA
Mapp, P 2004 Measuring and verifying the speech intelligibility performance of voice alarm and emergency sound systems- Workshop at 116th AES Convention, Berlin
Mapp, P 2004 Sound System Equalisation.  ISE, Geneva
Mapp, P. 2003 Optimising Sound System Intelligibility Performance.
NSCA, Dallas.
Mapp, P. 2003 Sound Systems and Hearing -
Workshop at 115th AES Convention, New York.
Mapp, P. 2003 Optimising Intelligibility -
Workshop at 115th AES Convention, New York.
Mapp, P. 2003 Syn-Aud-Con Architectural Acoustics Measurement and Prediction Seminar (Staff Presenter). Louisville, USA.
Mapp, P. 2002 Distributed Mode Loudspeaker Technology -
Workshop at 112th AES Convention, Munich.
Mapp, P. 2002 Practical Application of STI to Assessing Public Address and Emergency Sound Systems.
International Symposium on the Past, Present & Future of STI, Netherlands.
Mapp, P. 2002 Optimising and Equalising Sound Systems.
Seminar at PLASA (for CADAC Electronics).
Mapp, P. 2002 Syn-and-Con Test and Measurement Workshop.
Lousiville, Kentucky. (Sept. 2002)
Mapp, P. 2002 Measuring Intelligibility
PA / VA 2002 (ISCE). (July. 2002)
Mapp, P. 2002 Optimising Sound System Intelligibility Performance.
NSCA, Denver. (April. 2002)
Mapp, P. 2002 Getting The Message Across. Warren-Barnett Memorial Lecture.
ISCEX. (Feb. 2002)
Mapp, P. 2002 Distributed Mode Loudspeaker Technology.
ISCEX. (Feb. 2002)
Mapp, P. 2002 From Loudspeaker To Ear.
AES, London Section. (Feb. 2002)
Mapp, P. 2001 TEF Speech Intelligibility ll Workshop.
Chicago (Oct. 2001)
Mapp, P. 2000 Speech Intelligibility Workshop (Chairman).
AES 108th Convention, Paris.
Mapp, P. 2000 Speech Intelligibility
Technical note for JBL Professional. Northridge CA, USA.
Mapp, P. 1999 Optimising and measuring sound system intelligibility performance.
Lecture to JBL Pro Audio Conference, Los Angeles.
Mapp, P. 1999 Through thick and thin - The propagation of sound outdoors.
Lecture to JBL Pro Audio Conference, Los Angeles.
Mapp, P. 1995 Frequency Analysis and Equalisation.
Lecture to Mark IV Pro-Sound Seminar Germany 1995.
Mapp, P. 1993 PA Systems.
Training Course for British Rail.
Mapp, P. 1993 Sound system design and optimisation.
Lecture to Riyadh AES, Saudi Arabia.
Mapp, P. 1991 Sound Systems and Psycho-Acoustic Engineering.
Lecture to IEE, University of Sussex.
Mapp, P. 1990 Sound system design and intelligibility measurement.
Lecture to Pro Audio Asia, Hong Kong.
Mapp, P. 1990 Speech Intelligibility and Sound Reinforcement Systems Course, City University
Mapp, P. 1990 Speech Intelligibility Measurement. Syn Aud Con Speech Intelligibility Workshop, University of Bloomington
Mapp, P. 1986 Signal processing and sound system design.
Lecture to Korean AES, Seoul.
Mapp, P. 1985 Applications of Equalisation and Time Delay Technology in Auditoria and Studio Environments.
Lecture to NIFKI, Moscow.
Mapp, P. 1984 Signal processing in sound systems.
Lecture to NIFKI, Moscow.
Mapp, P. 1982 The Listening Environment- Is it the Weakest Link in the Hi-Fi Chain?
Lecture to British AES, London

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