We have a new video! You’ve been wondering, right? When are we gonna drop down another odd-looking explanation of something-or-other? OK, then… It’s about soundproofing, it has the appropriate title of “What Is Soundproofing?”, it’s only three-and-a-half-minutes long, and we think it’s well worth your time. Plus, it shows a wall leaking water and a pair of Newton’s Cradles, so it definitely qualifies as an odd-looking explanation (though we think “beautiful-looking” is more apt).
We wanted to make the concepts behind soundproofing a room easier to understand, because we get a LOT of calls and emails asking us the same question (“what is that thing you can do to make bad sounds go away?”). The question is often worded differently – “Help! I’ve got a thrash-metal band practicing next door!”; Help! I need to discuss acoustical noise reduction with my engineering team!”; “Help! It’s just too #$% loud!”
So, being the helpful folks we are, we decided to make a video showing how simple the scientific explanation of noise control really is. While arriving at the solutions to these sanity-wrecking issues is not always as easy as understanding the concepts, we do have a bunch of serious experts on-staff who love fixing the vexing. Helping you soundproof noise, that is.
It’s now available on our AcoGeo website and on our Acoustic Geometry YouTube Channel – we hope you enjoy it! While you’re at it, please enjoy our other helpful videos, and let us know what you think – thanks for watching!