Being & Hearing (Existential Audio)
Mar 27, 2002 at 7:28 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 4

frankclone

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If I had to rate my knowledge of acoustics/electronics/physics
from 1 to 10, it would be about 1.5...well maybe 2 since I've been on Headwize/Headfi
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. Someone like Don Wilson of Etymotics
would probably rate a 10. Some of the engineering students &
music professionals here would be up there.
Now, there's a wide range of knowledgeability in the forums.
My question: Is there some way to get up to speed for those like myself so that discussions could be alittle less lopsided ( without enrolling in M.I.T.
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Mar 27, 2002 at 4:16 PM Post #3 of 4

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Quote:

Originally posted by shivohum
Sure, you can do what the rest of us do: act as if we know something, even if we don't
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Sounds like a great recommendation ... a good theory for all of life. (Especially during work interviews)
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Mar 27, 2002 at 10:01 PM Post #4 of 4

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Might want to find a basic physics book that covers those three topics you mentioned... some kinetics, some electronics, and some acoustics... A high school physics text should cover it, or some introductory college course texts. You'll not know as much as the pros of course, but you'll get a better idea. Some of those physics problems can be quite difficult though...
 

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