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Loudspeaker development for LYDGALLERIET
An exiting project where we turn a galley space into a sound-space using cheap, off-the-shelf drive units in a surround configuration for 20-20.000 Hz @ 110 dB reproduction
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A few things I’m good at
I’m sorry, but this is an “I” statement. I’m not really comfortable putting myself out there like this. I’ve lived my life for good and bad, and knocks and bruises, celebrations and laughter. So this is just a list of some things that I enjoy doing.
My father loved music. Not being able to play an instrument, I started building amplifiers and speakers in 7th grade, and progressed to a career in audio engineering.
Later, I ran a commercial recording studio and this led to producing and finally to creating my own music.
Our ears are a primary source of emotional information. Our soundscapes shapes our experiences in subtle, yet improtant ways. Building and rooms set boundaries for our senses. This field is universally neglected.
I was the child that took my grandad’s watch appart. Later, kids used to bring me old radios to transform into guitar amps. Then I got to design speakers drive units and systems professionaly, as well as audio amplifiers and speaker cables.
Mor about this in the Norsk Radiofabrikk blog.
I’ve had the fortune to work with some very talented people helping businesses make tough decisions of strategic importance.
I read Freud at an early age, then Jung, then philosophy, and knew I had to understand how we work. That didn’t happen, but I became a licensed psychologist and Jungian therapist.
Not being content with the inner workings of the mind, I turned to social psychology to explore the social determinants of behaviour, and lastly to forensic psychology to see how things ultimately plays out.