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A 3D modeling program for acoustic design and analysis, Bose Professional Modeler software helps system designers and acoustic consultants predict sound system performance in both indoor and outdoor environments. From places of worship and multi-purpose spaces to hospitality venues, stadiums, auditoriums, and more.

The software’s advanced algorithms predict acoustic performance of a space, including direct and reflected energy, and Speech Transmission Index (STI). Designers can iterate quickly using Modeler’s proprietary calculation pipeline, allowing them to trial different loudspeaker configurations and placements for optimal coverage, SPL, and intelligibility.

Modeler also features an import function — to easily translate model data from standard CAD software — and an acoustic matching function, which matches the acoustic performance of the model to that of the real room. Array construction tools also help automate the creation and layout of complex loudspeaker arrays.

The latest version of Modeler merges previous versions — Modeler Standard and Modeler Plus — and removes the security key requirement, giving a wider range of designers, even students, the ability to freely create accurate and compelling sound system designs.


What is new with Modeler sound system software?
I already export my SketchUp files to DXF. Is there a better way to transfer my room model data into the Modeler software?
Do I need SketchUp Pro to export to Modeler software, or will the free version work?
What are the system requirements for Modeler software?
Can I open old Modeler models or project files with newer versions of Modeler software?
Is training or classroom instruction available for the Modeler software?
Is Modeler software available for the macOS operating system?
Will Modeler software run on Windows using the Multilingual User Interface Pack (used to select a non-English language as the preferred language for menus and dialog boxes)?