How to Soundproof Gym

Reducing Your Gym Noise Gymnasiums are mostly big, over-sized, shoe box shaped rooms with 3 sets of parallel surfaces.   All…

3 years ago

Back to School and Noise Exposure

COVID is Not The Only Threat to Children Going Back to School, Noise is a Close Second Soon those infamous…

3 years ago

How to Choose Acoustical Panels

9 Tips For Choosing Acoustical Sound Panels If you are experiencing unwelcome levels of noise in your office space, gym,…

3 years ago

Selecting Your Acoustic Foam

Acoustic foams come in many shapes and sizes.   They are typically cut into squares or rectangles because its easier to…

3 years ago

Echo and Noise Control

Regardless of the source, all sound waves exhibit certain characteristics when they change mediums. Sound waves are actually vibrations which…

3 years ago

Common Wall Soundproofing

Walls that bleed noise are typically not heavy enough to withstand resonance, and structurally not disconnected enough to force the…

3 years ago

Soundproofing Cafeteria

Cafeterias in schools, churches, hospitals, offices, prisons, and more will serve thousands of diners over a week's period of time.…

3 years ago

How to Produce Premium Sanctuary Sound

The spoken word in a sanctuary is often threatened by unwelcome sound wave reverberations within the space.   As echoes permeate…

3 years ago

Designer Acoustic Panels

Soundproofing panels do not have to be boring. This generation of designers insists on more functionality than previously available from…

3 years ago

Soundproof Ceiling Tiles

While most of us are familiar with the every day commercial grade ceiling tile, seen in most any commercial space…

3 years ago

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