Acoustic simulations


Supported systems:
SLA 112, SLA 208M ND, SLA 210 CX ND
PDF export available:
GLL files:
On request


EASE Focus 2 is a three-dimensional, acoustic simulation software for the configuration and modeling of line array systems, digitally steered columns and conventional loudspeakers. 

EASE Focus 2 is free for the end user but loudspeaker companies need to license their brand in order to add loudspeakers to the database.
Compared to EASE Focus 1, EASE Focus 2 takes a large step forward towards more realistic modeling of complex sound systems by including the following major features:
  • 3D modeling of direct sound, displayed in horizontal and vertical cutting planes.
  • Support for EASE GLL files and data exchange with EASE and other AFMG software packages.
  • Export your full array configuration for further use in EASE. 
  • Capability to use multiple sound sources, both line array systems and regular loudspeakers, in a single project.
  • Support for digitally steered columns and other configurable loudspeakers; this requires an additional proprietary DLL that can provide e.g. beam steering filters.
  • Virtual equalizer for tuning a line array in the simulation.
  • Full frequency range from 20 Hz to 20 kHz.
  • High accuracy due to high internal data resolution and GLL data format. See AFMG white papers and AES articles for details.
  • Many helpful features for pre-production and on-site setup, e.g. extensive PDF-reports, additional rigging details, etc.
  • Support for multiple languages: German, English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French
Great efforts have been made to keep EASE Focus 2 intuitive and easy-to-use while introducing three-dimensional coordinates and many new features. It can be considered a tool for both the end user, who needs to set up the sound system for a show, as well as for the R&D engineer, who is interested in the acoustic qualities of the array design. EASE Focus 2 is the optimal tool for easy and quick prediction of the sound system performance in a given venue.
Compared to conventional aiming software the applicability of EASE Focus 2 is much larger. It is not fixed to a single loudspeaker product. System definition files for different types of line arrays can be created and added to the software database at any time and without changing a single line of code.
As an outlook, future versions of EASE Focus 2 are planned to provide simulation capabilities for subwoofer arrays and to take into account wind effects. Also, a separate version for Apple Macintosh computers is being discussed, as well.