Many people find the world of acoustical treatments to be confusing and overwhelming. Here on the Acoustical Solutions Sound Advice Blog, we will concentrate on presenting solutions to typical acoustical problems and discuss relevant topics on the subject.
The posts here will be related general sound and noise control topics like blocking sound, absorbing sound, or diffusing sound. We will also provide information on how acoustical materials can be used or applied to specific applications.
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Acoustical Solutions, a national acoustical material supplier, is currently seeking a National Inside Sales Representative for its Richmond, Virginia location. Job Description: National Inside Sales Representatives build new relationships from incoming calls and emails, developing, proposing, closing, and supporting custom solutions for acoustical problems. Representatives are expected to maintain an advanced understanding of the company’s […]
New Noise Control Kits for Broadcast and Recording Studios!
We are very excited to introduce an new line of Acoustic Panel Kits. These noise control kits, designed for echo and reverberation control in broadcast studios, recording studios, listening rooms and control rooms, are now available in models to fit almost any size room. These easy to use kits contain everything you need to address […]
We get calls and emails all the time regarding how to block sound through walls, ceilings, floors, and windows, yet it surprises me how often doors tend to get overlooked in the overall aspect of this type of application. You can add all the layers of mass-loaded vinyl and gypsum to your wall that you […]
For this project, we are soundproofing a garage to create a music rehearsal space. We converted a 20'x20′ garage into two L-shaped spaces. The front portion of the space with the garage doors is a workshop and the other half is a music rehearsal / recording space. The rehearsal space requires soundproofing to avoid disturbing […]
I am a guitar player and have played in various bands steadily now for over twenty years. From garages, sheds, basements, studios, and even dedicated music rooms, I've rehearsed in all the usual places that bands tend to use for their practice spaces. I've always gravitated towards bands that play more of the harder varieties of rock […]
Good acoustics play an important role in the effectiveness of instructional spaces. Classrooms with excessive noise reverberation make it difficult for students to understand what is being taught. Children with learning disabilities have a far more difficult time paying attention to their teacher, which is neither good for the student or the rest of the […]
In this blog post, I will outline some basic ways to soundproof a window. Quite often we get calls from folks about sound from traffic noise, neighbors, barking dogs, etc. coming into a residential or commercial space. Typically, the compliant is the sound is coming through the existing windows. There are a few options you can […]
The contemporary worship service space has provided new challenges to the design community; from the architect’s original design, all the way to the sound mixer’s ability to present a clear and meaningful sound to the congregation. Today’s sanctuaries have higher attendance volume and a larger variety of services from the traditional to the contemporary. The spoken […]
Soundproofing a Dog Kennel has benefits for both humans and the dogs. It reduces ear fatigue for the humans and reduces stress for the dogs (which causes them to bark less). A typical dog kennel has painted block walls, an epoxy coated floor and a painted open truss metal ceiling. All these surfaces are used […]
Welcome to another edition of Office Acoustics 101. Last time we talked about Taming Office Noise in an open office environment. Today we'll tackle the subject of drop tile ceilings and how they relate to several office related noise problems. While this article is geared towards office applications, please note that many of these principles […]