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  • Applying Acoustical Caulk

    Understand Acoustic Caulk and How to Utilize it to Prevent Sound Leakage

    Acoustic caulk is a high-performance caulk that’s really easy to apply and typically specified by architects in new construction and renovation projects to reduce sound transmission from room to room. While it’s a bit more expensive than most traditional caulks, it’s incredibly popular to use in schools, offices, hospitality, multi-family and other commercial projects where […] Read More »

  • PrivacyShield® Dual-Sided Absorptive Soundproofing Blanket

    What are Soundproof Blankets?

    Introduction Acoustic Blankets have may uses. They are manufactured in two typical configurations: sound blankets that absorb sound to reduce noise reflections as well as absorber-barrier combination blankets that both absorb and block sound. They can be used as industrial enclosures to quiet down a piece of equipment, or mounted direct to wall to help […] Read More »

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    Soundproofing a Room

    Introduction There are many reasons why soundproofing a room may be necessary. In today’s progressively busier (and noisier) world, we all need a little peace and quiet, especially in our own home. It can help reduce the sound of traffic, loud neighbors, honking horns, and other outdoor noises. It does not have to be overly […] Read More »

  • Egg Cartons Get Egg on Their Face in Acoustics Test

    Egg Cartons Get Egg on Their Face in Acoustics Test

    Introduction So, if you’ve spend much time at all in the Acoustics Industry, sooner or later you are going to hear this: “Well we could just put some egg cartons on the walls to treat the room.” Not exactly. Well, you could, but your studio or home theater will look like a recycling center and […] Read More »