How does sound work in a room? Why is your brain on sound? Where do acoustic panels go? “An Acoustic Primer” is a short, practical exploration of room acoustics.
In the current American economy, we see “value” mentioned frequently, and while the word “cheap” isn’t used, it’s often implied. No one wants to own cheap products, but no one wants to spend more than they should to get the performance they want. There’s a wide range of quality and price, from $99 “recording-studio-in-a-box” and… Continue Reading →
In Why Is “Your Brain On Sound” – Part 1, we looked at the evolutionary reasons for why and how our brains process sound as a critical element of our survival mechanism. In Part 2, we’ll look at what this has to do with acoustical products. Anything that changes the timing (phase) relationships of a… Continue Reading →
This is really about “why is your brain on acoustics?”, though most people don’t care why our ear-brain hearing system is affected by sound in rooms. But for anyone interested in how we perceive sound and – more to the point here – why that perception should dictate how we design recording studios, stereo-listening rooms,… Continue Reading →
Sometimes a product looks so obviously beneficial, simple, and cost-effective that it warrants a closer look. This is definitely the case the the Acoustic Geometry Door Seal Kit – it turns a solid-core door into a very good soundproof door in a few easy-to-do steps. Because the air gaps around the frame make a door one… Continue Reading →
Acoustic Geometry has a new series of video product intros, and the question is asked: “how many words is a moving picture worth?”
Most of the questions sent to Acoustic Geometry involve acoustic panels and where they should go. This video provides answers in a short and easy-to-understand way that will apply to most room treatment needs.
We’re very happy to announce Full Compass Systems as our newest dealer – they’re a great resource for all your Pro Audio, A/V, and Video needs, and they now feature our complete line of room-improving acoustic products.
Want great acoustics? Get some statues and columns… Not so much for speech, but for music nothing beats listening to an orchestral concert in one of the baroque halls built in the 16th through 18th centuries in Europe. Obviously the acoustics are great, but why do they sound (and look) so beautiful? Easy answer —… Continue Reading →
My interest in acoustics started long before I was aware of it. I played drums and percussion starting in 5th grade band, and continued through (too) many years of drumming in rock bands.