Soundproof Studio recording Studios are typically multi-room facilities that require maximum sound quality and minimum bleed from room to room. For broadcast, voice-over, recording, mixing, rehearsal, editing or dubbing, the ability to acoustically isolate one rooms noise from the next, and then control the reverberation times within each space, will play a critical role in the success of any music studio setting. More than any other commercial space we treat, there is no greater need for premium sound quality than the recording studio market. For new build or retrofit, the sound proofing treatments available at HS Engineers are state-of-the-art and designed to meet your every need.
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Recording Studio Soundproofing there are two steps involved in producing premium acoustics within a recording studio space. The first is to isolate one rooms noise from the next. The second is to produce premium sound quality within each room by controlling excessive reverb to deliver maximum clarity to original sound.
Isolate the Rooms. Before the acoustic quality within a music studio space can be addressed, steps should be taken to help secure and isolate each room within the studio. From control rooms to mixing rooms, voice-over booths to live rooms, each space should be disconnected from the next structurally and lined with density to contain sound. These treatments are outlined in the Wall Soundproofing section of this Applications Guide where we illustrate applications for new or existing builds. Any common window treatments should be given careful thought. A full vertical window should have a triple pane glass assembly, each pane of glass a different thickness to help combat a different frequency pitch of noise, and the panes should be separated by an argon gas fill. The middle pane of glass should ideally be angled while the two outer panes are vertical. The level of leakage through any window, acoustic or otherewise, will depend on the quality of the installation. Something you should let the pro's do. We also recommend the use of track lighting in your studio (if you have finished ceilings) rather than recessed lights. Any recess lighting will create new flanking paths for noise to bleed in and out of your room. Minimize the holes you need to cut into your surrounding walls and ceiling. Produce Excellent Sound Quality Within Each Room. Second, in the efforts to produce the clearest and strongest quality sound possible, we complete the soundproofing efforts by cleaning out the background noise through the use of a set of absorption panels in the room. There are a variety of products featured in our product basket that are all designed to capture unwanted sound reflections in the room. For the lower budget residential treatment, the pyramid/ wedge acoustic Foam are the most common sound panel option. For the commercial studio space, the Acoustic Fabric panels are the sound murals that help showcase your space. Note that the key to the success of your sound panel treatment for your recording studio space lies with the assurance that you are not under-treating your space with any of these panel systems. We safeguard to ensure that the right amount of material is specified for your studio based on the size, shape and surface textures of each room.
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|Minimum Order Quantity||1 No|
|Application||Studio Bass Traps, Studio Acoustics|
|Frequency Range||upto 4000 hz|