How To Build A Bass Trap

September 4, 2018 No Comments

Let’s talk about how to build a bass trap. Alright, first off let’s define some terms. There really is no such thing as bass trap, okay? Bass or low frequency energy is not trapped by anything. I have built structures. Three walls on separate foundation, 8 inch poured concrete thickness of the walls with air […]

DIY Acoustic Treatment Build Plans

October 20, 2017 No Comments

Today we’re going to talk about our D.I.Y. plans. You can go on our website go into the shop section through the pull down and you’re going to come across a section that says D.I Y. plans, and a lot of our customers take advantage of these. So we want to make sure that you […]

Recording Studio Design Service

October 27, 2016 No Comments

Today we’re going to talk about recording studio design and services that we provide for recording studio design. I’ll kind of walk you through the main points, how we look at a room, how we approach the project so you get a feel for how we think and how we do things. The first thing […]

How To Build A Recording Studio Door

March 2, 2015 4 Comments

Today we’re going to talk about how to build a recording studio door. We got a lot of questions about what’s the correct technique and how do we do it for the least bit of money and sometimes it’s hard to fit those two things together depending on the amplitude in the frequency of the […]

Will you be making practical example videos on room acoustics?

November 10, 2014 No Comments

I was asked whether I will be making any practical example videos on room acoustics for our YouTube channel. Well the person posing the question raises a good issue and a good question. We started out, our marketing program, educational-based and with education we all know when we were in college that there’s lots of […]

How To Build The Ideal Audiophile Listening Room

September 26, 2014 No Comments

Last week one of our YouTube subscribers messaged me the following “My wife is finally going to let me turn the space above the garage into a dedicated audiophile listening room. It’s mainly rectangular measuring 13-foot wide by 18″ long with a 14-foot ceiling in the middle but it’s a slanted roof which comes down […]

How Much Do Room Acoustics Matter To The Performance Of Your Speakers, Amps & Cables

September 16, 2014 No Comments

In the following video and transcript Bruce and I discuss how much room acoustics matter to your ability to enjoy the performance of your Amps, Speakers and Cables. We were just kind of sitting in his room and Bruce asked me a few questions about some of the things we’ve done, and the technologies I’ve […]

Acoustic Treatment Theory Explained

September 15, 2014 No Comments

I have a checklist that I go through with customers in their rooms. I was looking at the control room checklist the other day and there are 98 items on it. I always say that good sound quality is the summation of doing a lot of little things right and in the right order. I […]

Acoustic Fields Acoustic Treatment Google Hangout #7

August 19, 2014 No Comments

Week 7’s hangout goes live at 11am EST on Tuesday 19 Aug 2014. So come join and ask any questions you have about room acoustics and acoustic treatment directly with Dennis. You can also watch it live in the video screen below. This weeks questions cover everything from diaphragmatic absorption, the quarter wavelength rule and […]

The Sound Diffuser material options I recommend

August 18, 2014 16 Comments

Last week I was asked what sound diffuser material option I would recommend, what the sound difference between wood and plastic would be and whether you could ever use cardboard or foam. Well first off, the use of foam as a sound diffuser is nothing more than manufacturing hype and misspeak in order to promote […]