Acoustic design, as related to electroacoustics, is the management of sounds with regard to your area. If you've ever been in a movie theatre where there are specific sounds you really can't hear (usually dialogue), this is due to poor acoustic design. You don't want this to happen with your space!
Our team can identify the most problematic areas of your space that creates sound pressure imbalances. They can adequately propagate or send sound equally to your audience area. Most movie theatres also have this technology and implementation. Your ceiling height, building material, and even the foam of the seats can be assessed so the optimal soundstage can be created. Of course, your equipment will also be optimised. How do we do that? Well, for equipment, we fine-tune digitally and send it through your speakers, so your speakers know what they're playing. Think of it as a passive equaliser setting, but it works for every type of sound you'll use. This is good acoustic design.
We can also enhance your current space's acoustic design. But you might be thinking, "are they a construction crew?" While we most definitely are not, we can still add special equipment to your existing space without messing up your interior. These can be in the form of sound isolation foams, equipment positioning, and electrical feedback lessening. It might sound easy, but you'll be surprised how many studios still don't do the best practices to produce the best sound.
Acoustic Design principles
For a better acoustic design, we recommend scientifically-recommended solutions for all your sound needs. What are these principles? Here are some of the few that are considered for better acoustics:
Now that you're acquainted with some of the acoustic design principles sound experts use, you might consider these before buying stuff willy-nilly. Keep your procurements wise based on our recommendations, and you won't regret these for years to come!