Acoustic Treatment Materials: An Overview

September 17, 2019 2 Comments

There are many types, shapes, and forms of acoustic treatment materials. Lets back up a little before we look at acoustic treatment materials and think about why we need treatments in the first place. The main reason we need treatment is that we have to listen to the sound in rooms. It’s the rooms that […]

Waves & Rays

September 4, 2019 2 Comments

Ocean vs. Sunshine Rays of energy are middle and high frequencies. This energy is above 100 Hz. and travels in straight lines similar to sunshine. Waves of energy are lower frequency energy below 100 Hz. This type of energy oscillates throughout the room in waves of energy that are tall and long in length. Rays […]

Amplifier & Room Darkness

November 18, 2015 No Comments

The following is an unedited transcript from our video series from Acoustic Fields. There will be some errors in grammar and sentence structure that occur during this translation process. For complete understanding and comprehension, please view the video which is included in this text. For any additional information regarding this topic or others relating to […]

Near Field Vs Far Field

November 11, 2015 No Comments

The following is an unedited transcript from our video series from Acoustic Fields. There will be some errors in grammar and sentence structure that occur during this translation process. For complete understanding and comprehension, please view the video which is included in this text. For any additional information regarding this topic or others relating to […]

Reverberation Vs Pressure

November 4, 2015 No Comments

The following is an unedited transcript from our video series from Acoustic Fields. There will be some errors in grammar and sentence structure that occur during this translation process. For complete understanding and comprehension, please view the video which is included in this text. For any additional information regarding this topic or others relating to […]

Sound Containment / Sound Management

October 21, 2015 No Comments

The following is an unedited transcript from our video series from Acoustic Fields. There will be some errors in grammar and sentence structure that occur during this translation process. For complete understanding and comprehension, please view the video which is included in this text. For any additional information regarding this topic or others relating to […]

Tuning A Room

October 14, 2015 2 Comments

The following is an unedited transcript from our video series from Acoustic Fields. There will be some errors in grammar and sentence structure that occur during this translation process. For complete understanding and comprehension, please view the video which is included in this text. For any additional information regarding this topic or others relating to […]

Differences Between Membrane and Diaphragmatic Low Frequency Absorption

April 13, 2015 No Comments

Today we’re going to talk about membrane versus diaphragmatic absorption. Both are low frequency absorption techniques and there’s a lot of confusion out there about those so I decided to kind of do an A, B comparison and I hope after this explanation you have a little bit better idea of the terms. A membrane […]

Acoustic Treatments For Recording Drums & Drum Rooms

April 6, 2015 2 Comments

Today we’re going to talk about acoustic treatment for recording drums. We got a lot of inquiries about people that want to record drums and usually the room is too small. I usually never see a situation where the room is too large. So it’s always “how do we manage all this energy from a […]

Why You Should Not Use Drywall And Green Glue In Room Acoustics

March 23, 2015 40 Comments

Today I want to talk about drywall and green glue. It’s prevalent throughout the literature, I hear about it every day in my discussions with customers. I really want to define it and talk a little bit about it and also tell you why we don’t use it so you can get some idea on […]