ODEON 15 Features

Some features are only available in certain editions.

(B)=Basics edition, (I) = Industrial edition, (A) = Auditorium edition and (C) = Combined edition

The new features in ODEON 15 include:

    3DGrid interpolation (I)(A)(C)
    3DGrid contour plots (I)(A)(C)
    3DGrid with optional labels on the scale bar (I)(A)(C)
    Depth sorting of surfaces in Define Grid menu (I)(A)(C)
    User-defined dimension units,  e.g. feet for data input and for display, rather than the default unit; metres.
    Audio effects, for creating multiple individual signals from just a single input for impressive multi source/signal auralization (A)(C)
    Caption warnings in Single and Multi-point response displays
    Multi source/signal Auralisation expert (A)(C)
    Faster Single-Point response calculations (A)(C)
    Import of source directivity files in the CLF text format (B)(I)(A)(C)
    Improved measurement facility (B)(I)(A)(C)
    New audio interface towards windows (B)(I)(A)(C)
    Customizable sweep parameters (B)(I)(A)(C)
    Improvements of measured impulse response display (B)(I)(A)(C)
    Faster export/import of geometries generated in SketchUp (B)(I)(A)(C)
    Extra predefined Room Acoustic Parameters added (A)(C)
    Improved Copy/Paste functionalities for energy parameter tab sheets (B)(I)(A)(C)
    Improved Headphone and HRTF filtering (A)(C)
    Compatibility warnings
3DGrid Interpolation
ODEON can calculate receiver maps in a number of discrete points defined by the user in the Define grid displays.
In ODEON 15 an interpolated map is automatically calculated when the display is updated as if there was used an infinite number of receivers in the calculation. The interpolated map is also reshaped to fit within the perimeters of the receiver surfaces used for defining the grid. The benefits are:

    Faster calculations because a decent looking map can be created with a modest number of receiver/calculation points.
    Better looking grids because of interpolation and because the shape of the grid is not limited by the ‘pixel size’, defined by the distance between receivers which sometimes creates jig-saw shaped edges on the grid.



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