This weekend audio professionals from all over the world will attend the 133rd Audio Engineering Society Convention in San Francisco. This is a great opportunity to experience the latest technology and advancement in the soundproofing and acoustics industry, and Acoustical Solutions, Inc. will be there to do just that! Stop by our booth (# 704) learn about our extensive product lines for recording and live rooms, performance venues, and home studios.
Here are some of our top selling products for the audio and recording industries that we are eager to share this weekend at AES Convention:
Acoustical wall panels are one of the most common acoustical treatments not only for the audio industry, but across the board. This is because they are the best at absorbing sound waves, bringing down reverberation and the overall noise level in any space. They are also very versatile and can be made in any shape or color, in number of thicknesses and materials. Acoustical Solutions now even offers AcoustiArt Acoustic Panel, which can be printed with any high- resolution graphic or photo. Acoustical Panels are perfect for both live and control rooms creating a cleaner, more intelligible sound.
2.) Sound Barrier
What a lot of acoustics newbies may not understand is that there is a huge difference between acoustical treatment and soundproofing. Audioseal™ Sound Barrier is a vinyl mass loaded sound transmission blocker that truly soundproofs walls, floors and ceilings. This is important for live rooms where you want as little intrusion from outside noise as possible. Audioseal™ is installed inside walls and ceilings during construction and attached to the studs, so it remains free moving to absorb acoustic energy while blocking waves with its mass.
3.) Acoustical Foam
Acoustical foam is extremely popular in the audio industry because of its design, acoustical effectiveness and its economical price point. There are many varieties available to to create any sound and design for the recording professional. Acoustical Foam is probably the most common acoustical product used in the recording industry due to its ability to effectively deaden a room. This guarantees that you are hearing true sound in a live room, which you can manipulate later to suit your preferences.
Diffusers are incredibly important for control rooms. They disperse sound waves instead of directly reflecting them so hot-spots and dead-spots are eliminated, creating a fuller sound throughout the space. Diffusers come in a number of sizes and shapes, but all have the same basic purpose. To decide where in your control room you need diffusion, go around your room with a mirror, and wherever you can see your speakers in the mirror is likely where sound is normally reflected.
5.) Bass Traps
If you’d like to learn more about these products, stop by booth 704 at this weekend’s AES Convention in San Francisco, California! ASI Sales Reps David Ingersoll and Don Strahle will be there showing off our product lines for recording studios and answering any questions you may have.