Designer Acoustic Panels

In the history of the noise control industry, a generation back there were just a handful of acoustic foam fabricators that sold foam panels through distributors to clients suffering from noise.   Most of the treatments centered on audio applications in music studios, drum booths, recording studios, and so on.   The depth of product options was…

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Noisy Office Space?

Try lining your hallways with NetWell’s Fabric Panels.   As echoes rebound their way down the hall, drywall will absorb 8% of the echo, while sound panels can absorb up to 80% of the same level of noise.   Plus we can add decorative designs and artwork to the face of the panel systems to accent your…

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Children’s Art Lowers Noise Levels

ICAF is the International Child Art Foundation.  They are based in Washington DC, and are dedicated to the promotion of children’s art from around the world.  ICAF collects works of art from kids around the globe, and serves to preserve and protect the artwork in their massive library in Washington.   They hold summer festivals and…

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Recording Studio Sound Panels #1 Tip

Recording Studios depend on premium sound quality, which includes the control of unwelcome background noise within a live room.   But also the control room, voice over booth, hallway, reception area, mixing room and other spaces require quality acoustics.   The soundproofing treatment for a recording studio starts with sound isolation from room to room, and then…

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Acoustic Art Panels

For many years the idea of placing wall or ceiling mounted sound panels in upscale commercial spaces would be frowned upon.   We’ve all been in beautiful restaurants filled with excessive noise, but that noise was not discovered until AFTER the architect designed the space for beauty and functionality.   Placing generic cloth colored sound panels into…

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