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 throughout the room, clarity to speech gives way to background noise, and the audience is lost.   Key to the success of any sanctuary is the ability to convert these background noise signals, so that in turn, greater clarity to speech is produced.   As echoes collapse, speech patterns become

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Gym Panels Control Noise

Gymnasiums are typically large, over sized, shoe box shaped rooms composed of 3 sets of parallel surfaces.  As sound fills the cavity of the space, the noise generated is caused by the echoes reflecting off these surfaces.  To lower the noise levels within a gym, sound panels can be wall or ceiling mounted within the…

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Church Too Loud?

If your favorite House of Worship suffers from noise, the mystery is here waiting to be unlocked.  Whether it is your sanctuary, synagogue, mosque, fellowship hall, band room, choir rehearsal room, gym space, classroom or confessional booth, there are soundproofing treatments for all of these spaces that are time tested and proven to be successful.  …

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3 Tips for Church Acoustics

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2013 Controlling ambient noise in a sanctuary targets the reduction of echoes that will otherwise cause distorted and blurred sound signals. Traditional services deliver the spoken word, contemporary services add drums and base guitars, if the sanctuary is not porperly treated, the sound waves will produce a poor listening environment and drive…

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Gym Soundproofing

TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2013 Soundproofing a gym is one of the most popular acoustic treatments performed in the noise control industry.  Gymnasium space is defined by hard reflective surfaces that combine to produce unwelcome levels of background noise called echo.   From metal roof decks to wooden floors, block walls and glass windows, drywall and brick…

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How to Soundproof a Gym

Gymnasiums are mostly big, over-sized, shoe box shaped rooms with 3 sets of parallel surfaces.   All the surfaces are typically hard and reflective, with floors, ceilings and perimter walls absorbing less than 5% of the sound wave reflections within the space.    As the gym fills with people, whether for classes, sporting events, public speakers, musicals…

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Classroom Noise

Controlling excessive levels of noise in a classroom is critical to producing a more favorable learning environment.   With more background noise, the teaching is compromised.  With less background noise, the learning is enhanced.   Sound panels are available for easy self-installation around the perimeter of any classroom, wall or ceiling mounted, to produce these intended sound…

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Gym Noise

Gymnasiums are typically large, shoe-box shaped rooms with 3 sets of parallel surfaces that are hard and reflective.   The setup lends itself to poor quality sound, whether the room is being used for gym class, sporting events, public speakers, musicals, concerts, proms, or a host of other purposes, a space like this has

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Soundproofing Your Fellowship Hall

Similar to other social gathering venues, fellowship halls are faced with the common issue of sound reflections (echoes) interfering with the quality of acoustics within the room. When a group converses in a fellowship hall, particularly one containing several hard, reflective surfaces, the collective voices create reverberations that affect the quality of acoustics throughout the area. As these reverberations interfere with

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