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The Basic Requirements and Suggestions for the Acoustic Environment of Classical Singing Teaching Sites

Ce Song


The most important factor that determines the acoustic environment is the reverberation time, the reverberation time of the teaching site is too short will cause the lack of signal reception in the auditory aspect of the teaching staff, the reverberation time is too long will affect the clarity of the sound. Only the right amount of reverberation time can meet the environmental conditions of classical singing teaching, so that the teaching can get twice the result with half the effort. This paper further explores how to create a suitable acoustic environment for classical singing teaching by studying the reverberation time requirements of the acoustic environment required for classical singing, and attempts to make reasonable suggestions for adjusting the reverberation time of the room.


Acoustic environment; Classical singing; Large acoustic room; Reverberation time; Singing frequency

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i6.7725