“I had read diligently in my books, and conferred industriously with philosophers – nowhere did I find a positive rule of action to guide me; on the contrary, nothing but contradictory statements. For long months I studied, tested, questioned everything, and after all this travail I made finally this discovery: a room to have good acoustics must either be long or broad, high or low, of wood or stone, round or square, and so forth.”
J.L.C. Garnier – 1880
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