Download key generator for Renkus Heinz EASE 4.3.8
Since its introduction over 20 years ago, EASE has grown from a
single MS-DOS program into a powerful and versatile suite of Windows
software. AFMG (Acoustic Design Ahnert & Software Design Ahnert)
continues to expand and evolve the mathematical and acoustical
algorithms, graphical user interfaces, and the tools for presenting
and analyzing both measured and predicted acoustical data.
Ahnert / Feistel Media Group:
About ADA (Acoustic Design Ahnert) & SDA (Software Design Ahnert)
Ahnert Feistel Media Group (AFMG) originated in the late 1980�s.
Through his work with AKG on the Delta Stereophonic System, Prof.
Dr.-Ing. habil. Wolfgang Ahnert realized the importance of accurate
acoustical design and analysis software. After scientific studies at
Lomonossov University in Moscow, he teamed up with Dr. rer. nat.
habil. Rainer Feistel, Professor of Theoretical Physics at Rostock
University, to develop a computer program capable of scientifically
simulating the Delta Stereophony concept. Dr.Ahnert applied his
thorough theoretical training and practical experience in acoustics to
design the software concepts. Dr.Feistel contributed both advanced
calculation algorithms and user interface programming. Soon after the
Berlin Wall fell in 1989, ADA Acoustic Design Ahnert was founded. The
previously- developed software prototype was given a functional
interface and a now-familiar name: EASE (Electro-Acoustic Simulator
for Engineers). EASE was first introduced to the professional audio
industry in 1990 at the 88th AES Convention in Montreux. Shortly
thereafter, Renkus-Heinz became the worldwide distributor of the
English-language version. The rapid acceptance of EASE by professional
acousticians and sound system designers encouraged the development
team to expand the program�s functionality and refine its accuracy,
leading in 1994 to the last release for MS-DOS � EASE 2.1.
Dipl.-Phys. Stefan Feistel joined the development team in 1995 to port
EASE to the Windows operating system. EASE 3.0 was released in 1999 as
the first version of EASE to run in the more user-friendly Windows
About Renkus-Heinz, Inc.
Renkus-Heinz has been researching the science and technology of
sound since April 1, 1979. We are proud partners with Ahnert / Feistel
Media Group as the worldwide distributors of EASE, EASERA and related
software, and as a principal center for training and technical
support. Our involvement with AFMG is part of a relentless focus on
accurate and natural reproduction of sound, speech and music that has
produced 6 major US patents. Our pursuit of significant, measurable
and audible improvements includes classic acoustical physics and
advanced digital technologies as well as scientific software.
Today, the EASE software suite provides system designers and
consultants with an invaluable set of tools for all aspects of
professional practice, from detailed, realistic modeling and
simulation of venue acoustics and sound system performance to
informative and engaging client presentations, to comprehensive
measurement and verification.
EASE & EASE JR take the guesswork out of system design, help
eliminate costly mistakes and reduce installation time. They help
designers learn and grow by graphically displaying accurate
predictions of real-world acoustics. EASE models are an ideal way to
explore options and to learn what works and what doesn�t work �
before the virtual venue becomes a job site and changes are time
consuming and expensive. AURA�s advanced calculation engine is like
an �acoustician�s microscope.�
With the EASEView and the Movie and Vision modules, designers can
quickly and easily create convincing visual presentations of
acoustical concepts. EARS lets designers and clients listen to a
design proposal before it is ever built.
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