Room music is a search phrase that 368,000 people used last month in Goggle. It is an odd blend of words to search for and I really don’t know what the search objective was for those 368,000 individuals. Were they searching for a room to play music in with a sound system? Were they looking for a room to play music in with an instrument or vocal?
At Acoustic Fields, we hope all rooms are room music. Having a room that is designed to portray music in the best manner possible is a blend of both science and art. Science and the products that science creates can help deal with the two major issues of room acoustic management: room wall reflections and low frequency pressure. If one does not control reflections from all the room boundary surfaces, there is no chance of having any quality room music. Reflected energy arriving at our ears from all room surfaces, confuses our brains and any music created will go unappreciated. Without proper low frequency, energy pressure control, there will be no room music at all. It will be smothered and blurred to the point of creating interference in all frequencies in any music type presented.
Lets have room music in every room from now on. Lets use our science to create products that make every room a music room. Forget about living in the room. Lets have a room only designed for room music. It will be a room with amplifiers, speakers, and a music source to play room music from. It will have just two live beings in the room; a man and a dog. The man will be there to feed the dog. The dog will be there to keep the man from touching the equipment.