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.
Acoustical Solutions Designed for the Eye Arrive at NAB Show
(RICHMOND, VA) May 19, 2014 – Studio acoustics is an aspect of production that every broadcast engineer and technician must consider for the capture of high quality audio and to complete successful projects for TV and radio. While historically much of the acoustical treatment used in broadcasting facilities prioritizes function over form, the recent demand for visually pleasing treatment […]
Acoustical Solutions Celebrates 25th Anniversary by Giving Back
RICHMOND, VA (March 25, 2014) – In 1989 Michael Binns created Acoustical Solutions, Inc., and left behind a career in the recording industry. He had the experience and drive to provide complete solutions to people seeking sound control and noise management. The team of founding employees knew that no single product would provide the total solution, so they […]
As it gets warmer and people emerge from their winter hibernation into the summer sun, noise always becomes an issue. This is especially true when it comes to backyard noise in residential neighborhoods. The source of the noise can be cookouts, pool pumps, air conditioning units, young children, or number of other things. Regardless of […]
AcoustiArt Printed Acoustical Panels for a Home Office
Our Architectural Rep Ryan Colton recently helped a customer create this collage of AcoustiArt Acoustic Panel for his home office. The panels lower sound intensity in the space and look great. What do you think? Leave your comments below!
Acoustical Panels can be mounted in various ways to meet your design and needs. Typically wall-mounted, Acoustical Panels can also be mounted directly on the ceiling, or suspended from the ceiling, like a Cloud. The benefit of using the Cloud mounting option is that it makes the Acoustical Panels more efficient at absorbing sound. Typically, […]
Bryan S. recently contacted Acoustical Solutions for help with a noise issue in his office control room. His shared workspace in Florida didn’t allow for much privacy, and sound traveled so easily that it was difficult for more than one person to be on the phone at a time. Adding to the problem were bare […]
We hear from a lot of small business owners and homeowners interested in installing acoustical panels to improve the sound in their space, and one of the first questions they ask is: Will you install them for me? Absolutely we will! If… you live anywhere near our corporate office. We will drive over there and […]
Recording Artist Gift Guide Our top 4 gift ideas for the recording artists, musicians, and audiophiles on your list: 1. GREEN GLUE SOUNDPROOFING COMPOUND All audiophiles who work or play from home wish for one thing: a more soundproof space. Thrill them (and their neighbors) by gifting Green Glue Soundproofing Compound. Green Glue is a […]
Shop Small with Acoustical Solutions on Small Business Saturday
Acoustical Solutions serves a lot of clients, but the truth is we are a small business. Our team is tight-knit and hard working – to which we owe our success – but we still face the same hardships that other small businesses do, including competing with larger, impersonal, worldwide retailers. Small Business Saturday is a […]
Thanksgiving Playlists: Because it's Not Christmas Yet
Almost everyone loves Christmas – except for when it creeps up earlier and earlier each year and attempts to steal the limelight from Thanksgiving. Fight back with this Thanksgiving playlist first compiled by NPR in 2011. It’s no longer available on their website, but luckily we found this YouTube playlist compiled from the same tunes. […]