A concert hall can be considered, on a first and intuitive approximation, as a large scale musical instrument. The geometrical inner profile works as a sound board which scatters and radiates the sound in every direction. The surfaces interact with the entire air volume, thus creating a unique body with specific resonant properties.
The acoustician helps architects to concieve such a space and represents a unique reference for accomplishing the delicate operations of "tuning" the hall. By means of acoustic measurements, computer simulations and auralizations, the sound field is modelled and composed in order the provide the highest musical experience for every listener.