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Shows the tune of the selected mode, just like a guitar tuner. The hand indicates the 'exact' tune in cent (100 cent are 1 half tone).

The so called "Bolt-area" indicates a accumulation of good room ratios. If the red cross lies within this area you have a good chance of more evenly distributed modes.

sources:

- Bolt R.H.: "Spatial Resonance and Standing Wave Patterns in Small Models of Various Shapes", JASA 10 (1939)
- Bolt R.H.: "Frequency Distribution of Eigentones in a Three-Dimensional Continuum", JASA 10 (1939)
- Bolt R.H.: "Normal Modes of Vibration in Room Acoustics: Angular Distribution Theory", JASA 11 (1939)
- Bolt R.H.: "Angular Distribution of Normal Modes", JASA 11 (1939)

Shows the number of modes per third up to your chosen limit-frequency, beginning with the lowest mode. According to the "Bonello-criteria" this function should be strictly increasing to reach a good distribution of modes.

sources:

- Bonello, Oscar J.: "A New Criterion for the Distribution of Normal Room Modes" - AES-Journal(USA) 29 (1981)\n\n\
- Bonello, Oscar J.: "Acoustical evaluation and control of normal room modes" - JASA 66 (1979)

Displays the room in 3D.

Select a mode above to see its pressure zones.

In these areas the mode will be loudest, best to absorb and if the sub is inside such an area the mode will be most excited. So **try to move your sub or your listening position out of those areas if you have a strong mode!**

Red and blue means the same (maximum pressure). It is just easier to recognize the different zones at higher order modes with those two highly different colors.

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