We have provided acoustical
studio design details for a wide variety of studios, most notably Broadcast
(WMJI, Cleveland; new WWVA, Wheeling), TV (WPXI Pittsburgh, WBST Ball Sate
U, Muncie IN) and recording studios (All Ball State telecommunications complex
studios), The Center for Contemporary Media of Depauw U. in Greencastle,
IN and many more including churches that routinely produce multimedia events.
The main challenge in studio
design is to provide a quiet studio space with proper ventilation and with
the proper reverberance (usually minimal) for performance sounds. The former
requires our expert knowledge of high sound transmission loss wall design
against interfering exterior noises as well as our extensive expertise in
HVAC quieting. The latter requires our routine measurement of vital room
For some experiences, see TVStudioDesign
We routinely measure room background
sound and RT60 ("reverberation time") in octave bands, as well as modern
measures of C80 (clarity), D50 (intelligibility), EDT (early delay time)
and TCT (central time). All these data provide state-of-the art design parameters
which allows us to optimize your individual spaces for your appointed uses.
Feel free to inquire.
Last updated 19-October-2017.
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