Studios requiring particular attention to sound quality may be defined by their type of use. For example, recording studios, broadcast studios, or teaching studios. These studios can vary in scale from a home or podcast studio to a large television broadcast studio.
Reducing Noise In Studio's
Each type may have specific acoustic requirements to achieve the optimum balance of sound absorption and reflectivity. There are numerous reasons for this, depending upon such variables as the main purpose of the space, the size of the interior or the wall and ceiling lining materials.
Achieving the appropriate balance across the frequency range is usually critical for high quality sound reproduction. If a studio has hard reflective surfaces sound waves will become distorted and produce reverberation or echo effect. Conversely, too much absorption may result in a ‘dead’ sound result.
Solution to Reduce Noise In Studio's
The sound treatment for studios usually requires attention to three sound frequency issues:
Serenity Acoustic Panels
Serenity Acoustic Panels are recommended for high traffic areas. They are manufactured with a timber frame and MDF backing and include an impact resistant membrane under the fabric facing.