You may wonder if you need an acoustic treatment for your room. To ensure that we manage each bespoke project with the utmost attention, Peak Audio Video has a whole department dedicated to offering professional support, whether you are creating an intimate home studio or a world-class facility.
The goal in a Home Theatre or a Hi-End Hi-Fi Listening Room acoustic design is to provide the audience a neutral acoustic environment, in order to assure a clear and complete audio experience without distortions.
The listener should be able to clearly hear the film or music, with minimum influence from external sources such as room’s acoustics, noise from playing systems, or noise from sources located in adjacent spaces.
The effects of poor acoustic design and noise within an office environment can have a considerable impact on productivity.
From big spaces, such as open plan offices and call centers, to smaller spaces, such as meeting rooms and cellular offices, each setting demands its own specific requirements.
One of the major aspects to take into account when designing the acoustics of a Public Space, such as a restaurant, a school, a hotel, a gym or a house of worship, is to develop solutions to control the room’s reverberation time (RT).
This will help minimize the noise ‘build-up’ process, making communication easier and avoid people having to raise their voices to be heard and understood.
A studio or control room for recording, mixing and mastering or broadcast should assure a clear and complete representation of the acoustic original message, without any distortions that could compromise its perception.
You must control first reflections, the back-wall diffusion and low frequencies in order to achieve proper acoustic conditions within your room, either it’s a control room, a recording booth, a home studio, a rehearsal room or a broadcast studio for TV or radio.