I’m Still Unhappy With The Sound In My Room

August 18, 2017 No Comments

Today we’re going to talk about this saying because I get it a lot, I get it in phone calls and I get it in emails and basically it’s I’m still unhappy with the sound in my room after I’ve spent all this money on treatment. Let me give you an example, I got a […]

Thank You Acoustic Fields

July 15, 2017 2 Comments

Low End Transformation Hi Dennis, I wasn’t sure how to re-establish communication with you. You helped me a few years ago with a room project and unfortunately I got sidetracked with health issues. It’s been awhile. Hope all is well. My health continues to improve and have been cancer free for quite awhile now. Still […]

Obey Little, Resist Much

December 23, 2015 No Comments

Hi everyone Dennis Floey from Acoustic Fields, today we’re going to talk about obey little, resist much. It’s kind of a saying we have, especially when you’re dealing with acoustics and some of the misconceptions and outright lies that you see in the literature and the forums. They’re full of a lots of information but […]

Why the Marriage between Room Gear and Audio Engineer Is So Important?

December 16, 2014 No Comments

In a recent Google Hangout I got together a bunch of experienced and talented audio engineers to help bridge the gap between what you are hearing as an engineer and how the room is causing that problem. We tried to cut through some of the confusion between “mix sound” and “room sound”. The following video […]

Understanding Your Room Frequency Response Measurement Data

November 3, 2014 No Comments

Today we’re going to talk about how to understand your room frequency response measurement data. A lot of you send in your room dimensions and then what I do is I put those dimensions into our database and I actually generate a room frequency response for you because our database is all measured rooms there’s […]

Would you recommend buying any bass traps at all?

October 28, 2014 No Comments

In a recent Google Hangout I was posed a question by a Youtube subscriber called Glowing Lights Official in which he basically asked “Would you recommend buying any bass traps at all? Would it be better to focus on absorbing higher frequencies and attempt to make some DIY bass energy absorption units to maybe at […]

What Are Standing Waves In Room Acoustics?

September 29, 2014 No Comments

In last weeks Google Hangout I was asked “What are standing waves in room acoustics?” Well standing waves are unwanted pressure areas in your room that form between three plains in your room. Plain one is the axial pressures which is between two parallel surfaces, namely both side walls, the front and rear wall, the […]

Why Is Your Acoustic Treatment Expensive Compared To Others?

September 26, 2014 No Comments

In last weeks Google Hangout David asked the following question “Comparatively your room acoustic treatment is more expensive than others, how come?” Well two reasons, it’s prettier and it performs better and we’ve learned a good lesson as we’ve been moving through this year. This year’s really is our first year in the consumer marketplace […]

What Is A Membrane Bass Trap?

September 11, 2014 No Comments

In last week’s Google hangout I was asked “Someone in a forum recommended that I buy a membrane bass trap. What do they do? Are they like your diaphragmatic absorbers? Why don’t you sell membrane bass traps? If they’re any good I would assume that you would.” We have updated this blog from its original […]