Sound Proofing

Sound Proofing

Eliminate the Intrusion of Unwanted Sound.

How We Do It

Evaluation

We’ll start with an on-site sound proofing consultation to determine noise criteria requirements, budgetary considerations and scheduling commitments. During our visit we’ll identify, measure, and record airborne, structural, and mechanical transmissions.

Analysis

Next, we’ll develop advanced 3D computer models with the measurements, recordings, and information collected at your location. Then we’ll produce a report detailing current tranmission vulnerabilities and prioritizing specific concerns.

Design

Finally we’ll prepare a customized design that combines our creativity and experience with the mathematical precision and predictive capability of 3D model simulations. The result is a detailed plan for the application of acoustic modifications to the room, documenting anticipated results.

Put The Brakes On Sound Transmission

Sound transmission paths must be appropriately severed and sources should be dampened to effectively stop the intrusion of unwanted sound. Isolation and dampening work in tandem to control the propagation of sound much like the suspension system in a car uses both springs and shocks to provide a smooth ride.

Put The Brakes On Sound Transmission

Sound transmission paths must be appropriately severed and sources should be dampened to effectively stop the intrusion of unwanted sound. Isolation and dampening work in tandem to control the propagation of sound much like the suspension system in a car uses both springs and shocks to provide a smooth ride.

Tune Out The Noise And Find Balance

3D representation of acoustic noise

About the Noise in Your Room

Noise interferes with the ability to hear and presents a strained listening environment. There are three different kinds of noise and three different paths it takes between spaces.

About the Noise in Your Room

Noise interferes with the ability to hear and presents a strained listening environment. There are three different kinds of noise and three different paths it takes between spaces.

About the Sound in Your Room

There are two types of complimentary sound that create the acoustic signature of a space. Distinguishing between them aids in understanding how surface treatment affects acoustics and why it deals exclusively with only one of the two.

Sound Reflections, Direct Sound, Indirect Sound, Echo, Reverb, in a room.