The 'experimental studio' is one of the IEM's facilities, often used for acoustic experiments, some building and soldering processes, and it was designed with a changeable setup in mind. There are hollow rods installed near three walls, making it easy to install and change speaker and video tracking positions. In the second iteration, Ron moved his setup to a larger table, one that will probably go to the CUBE – IEM's main in-house concert space – for the presentation at the end of January. In the photo you can see two small Genelec monitors mounted to the rear wall, with the ultra-sound feedback circuit placed on the table. When coming back from the States, Ron noticed that the behaviour changed due to the higher ceiling compared with his studio at home. We will have to schedule a few sessions in the CUBE, which again has a much larger volume and thus affects the feedback differently.
We also used the whiteboard extensively during the first iteration – unfortunately not documented in photos.