Acoustic Ceiling Tile

November 16, 2019 No Comments

The rooms that we must work in, play in and listen to music in all have many things in common. They have four walls, a floor, and a ceiling. We use all of these six surfaces when we are dealing with noise or sound energy within a room. The floor to ceiling dimension in our […]

Sound Diffusion in Small Rooms

November 7, 2019 No Comments

Sound Diffusion Sound diffusion in small rooms can make your small room sound larger. It can also make your small room sound smaller. A diffuser is an acoustical tool that you must know its strengths and weaknesses before you consider its usage within your room. You must ask yourself many questions regarding sound diffusion within […]

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 […]

Introducing: Foley Acoustics – High-End Acoustical Designs

August 20, 2019 No Comments

Foley Acoustics was created for the acoustic design of critical listening audio and video environments. The acoustic design process requires that all noise-related issues be addressed first and foremost. Noise is the arch-enemy of audio. It decreases room resolution and raises the noise floor in the room. Our goal is to make the room as […]

Is Your Room Size Coincidental?

September 18, 2018 9 Comments

Let’s talk about coincidental room sizes and volumes so we can kind of get a handle on what this term “coincidental” means. It’s a fancy term for more of something we don’t want. I think it’s the easiest way to say it. It’s all about the ratio of the room: the width, the height and […]

Your Room Decides Where The Speakers Go

August 18, 2018 No Comments

Let’s talk about how your room decides where your speakers go. A lot of people when I talk to them on the phone or look at their room forms and discuss it with them they’re always saying “Well, I want to put my speakers here. I want to put my speakers there. I want to […]

Room Amplitude & Frequency Response

June 23, 2018 No Comments

Let’s talk about room amplitude and frequency response. I get a lot of people that call in and send their measurements of their room and I have to remind them that there are certain qualifications to those measurements and we need to understand what really a flat response in a room is all about. So […]

The Dance Between Absorption & Reflection

June 12, 2018 No Comments

Let’s talk about the dance between absorption and reflections. We all deal with reflections in our room, it doesn’t really matter what the room size and volume and usage is, it’s a room. It has boundary surfaces, the energy strikes these surfaces and causes a reflection. So we know what RT-60 times are, we’ve heard […]

Customer Questions #1

May 13, 2018 No Comments

I thought I would change things around a little bit. I have some comments, 3 of them on the board from customers. I haven’t changed them, just condensed them, taken away the little words and get the real meaning of it. And we’re going to try to do a series of customer comments and questions. […]