Moulton Laboratories
the art and science of sound




6/2006
Design considerations for an idealized domestic surround sound listening space
The author describes an ideal surround sound system.
6/2006
   
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Ah Never Met A Data Ah Didn’t Like, Will Said
A discussion of Dolby's metadata schemes.
6/2002
The Audio Technica 30 Series Microphones
A review of three mid-priced condenser microphones for studio use.
7/1999
The Royer R-121 Ribbon Microphone
What Goes Around Comes Around. A review of the new ribbon microphone from Royer, the R-121.
7/1999
Comments in re Use of Technology to Protect Copyright
Dave's prescient 1988 report to Congress's Office of Technology Assessment.
8/1988
The Brave New World: Bad Audio
Dave discusses audio in TV world.
10/2001
Liberal Arts Education and Professionalism: A New Perspective
How audio can actually work in a Liberal Arts curriculum.
11/1988
Starting Over II
Dave's adventure, continued. Monitoring.
4/1994
Dolby C: How Dolby Sees It
A summary and interesting look back at the history of Dolby's noise-reduction scheme.
7/2002
The Equal Loudness Contours
What They are and What They Mean for your Mixing
3/1997
NEWS
KCUR broadcasts piece on the Kauffman Center Garage
For a series called "Artists in their Own Words," KCUR's Laura Spencer met up with composer David Moulton and artist Lajos Héder during the installation.
Bang & Olufsen wins major car sound system award
The Bang & Olufsen in-car entertainment system fitted to the Audi A8 has been voted the world’s best sound system.
MoultonLabs.com II
Welcome to the new Moulton Laboratories website.
“From Exile to Exaltation” wins 2006 Independent Music Awards for Best Gospel Song
Two of Dave's surround mixes were nominated for the Independent Music Awards, one wins!
Sensible Sound on the BL5
"demonstrably the finest loudspeaker system designed and manufactured thus far."
Audi debuts B&O automotive sound system
The Advanced Sound System, incorporating Sausalito Audio Works' ALT lenses, was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show.