EASE Address is a software that allows the modeling of distributed loudspeaker systems in two dimensions. EASE SpeakerLab is a software used to create system definition files in the GLL format to describe the geometrical and acoustical properties of a ceiling loudspeaker.
EASE Address is a software that allows the modeling of acoustic sources, in particular distributed loudspeaker systems, in two dimensions. It only considers the direct field, created by the addition of the sound contributions of the individual loudspeakers.
The purpose of EASE Address is to provide both, the end user, who needs to quickly develop a simple design for a ceiling loudspeaker system, as well as the developer, with a tool that allows the easy and quick prediction of the system performance in a given hall.
The applicability of EASE Address is quite extended compared to conventional 2D ceiling loudspeaker simulation software. Outstanding is that it is not fixed to a single product. A GLL configuration file allows the definition of the loudspeaker properties in an ASCII text format.
Thus, additional loudspeakers can be introduced at any time by additional configuration files, already existing loudspeakers can be updated, without changes to a single line of code in the software. This makes EASE Address a generic software.