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Acoustics 101

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This is what people usually mean when they use the term ‘soundproofing.’ In order to block the transmission of a sound from one space to another, you need to use dense, mass-loaded materials as part of a soundproof assembly.

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Spaces with hard, reflective surfaces are often reverberant with poor speech intelligibility. Absorbing sound generally requires materials that are fluffy and porous to trap sound energy. This reduces surface sound reflections, improving the soundscape of the space.

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DEFINITION:

Vibrational noise is caused when sound energy is in direct contact with or resonates through a structure. In order prevent structure-borne vibration, you need to use isolation products that break this connection to the material.

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DEFINITION:

Diffusion occurs when acoustic energy is scattered in many directions by a complex surface. Diffusion is an excellent complement to sound absorption because it maintains the live energy from the room while reducing standing waves and flutter echo.

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