This is what people usually mean when they use the term ‘soundproofing’. If you are trying to stop the transmission of sound from one area to another, you need sound blocking materials.
We recently received a question about how to soundproof a rooftop ventilation system. There is no stock solution, unfortunately. It’s impractical for any company to stock soundproofing enclosures for every piece of noisy equipment. The differences in ventilation requirements, size, and ease of access make this impossible. These soundproof enclosures can, however, be made custom […] Read More »
From privacy to sound quality, sound and noise issues in an interview room are very important. Privacy issues arise when sound transfers between two spaces. Poor quality recordings are a result of echo and reverberation in the room. Below we’ll tell you how to effectively fight these soundproofing and noise control issues. Blocking Sound Transmission […] Read More »
Introduction Studio acoustics is probably one of the most complicated subjects for any article covering acoustics. The reason for this is that there are so many different points to consider, such as: Room size and shape Need for sound isolation Dual purpose rooms requiring variable acoustics Personal preferences Budget constraints And on and on it […] Read More »
Foam Does not Stop Sound from Going Through Walls To tackle the topic of “how to soundproof”, I thought I should just go ahead and get that out of the way. It is used to stop echoes in a room. The reason you see it in soundproof recording studios is that they have already done […] Read More »