Acoustical Treatments & Sound Masking


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Peek Inside $100 Million Performance Tower at Berklee College
The newest Berklee College building is an epicenter of recording studios, residence halls and a truly unique cafeteria with ceilings so high it doubles as a performance room.

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4 House of Worship Acoustic Myths Debunked
The acoustics inside a church can make the difference between a properly communicated message...
Cornell’s Sage Chapel Turns 7 Feet of Amplification into 7 Inches With Ashly Audio
Ashly Audio products condense the processing and amplification system at Cornell University's Sage Chapel.
Five Horses Tavern’s Do It Yourself Noise Control
Boston restaurateur combines research, advice and sweat equity to conquer a raucous room.


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People & Places: Listen Technologies Partners with Herman Pro AV
Herman Pro AV will distribute Listen Technologies' RF, IR and ListenPoint products in pursuit of ongoing goal of raising awareness about hearing loss and assistive listening.

Primacoustic Updates VoxGuard Nearfield Acoustic Absorber
VoxGuard, one of the most popular products within Primacoustic's Iso-Tool line, now includes the added benefit of a sightline window to improve communication between musicians.

Cambridge Sound Management Enables Sound Masking Across Multiple Locations
The new Qt Command Center software from Cambridge Sound Management allows businesses to control sound masking across various locations.

Hands On: Inside a Listen Technologies Church Solution
Integrator AMT Systems reviews a seamless and nearly invisible Listen Technologies church solution for congregants with difficulty hearing.

Auralex Expands GRAMMA Acoustic Isolation Platform Series
GRAMMA stands for Gig and Recording, Amp and Monitor Modulation Attenuator, an acoustic isolation platform that allows the true sound of a speaker and amplifier to show through without resonating artifacts. Auralex releases its V2 series.

Peek Inside $100 Million Performance Tower at Berklee College of Music
The newest Berklee College building is an epicenter of recording studios, residence halls and a truly unique cafeteria with ceilings so high it doubles as a performance room.

4 House of Worship Acoustic Myths Debunked
The acoustics inside a church can make the difference between a properly communicated message and a garbled-up mess. To help churches overcome acoustic challenges, let’s examine some of the prevailing myths about church sound.

Cambridge Sound Management Enables Individual Room Sound Masking
The new Qt Room Control (QtRC) from Cambridge Sound Management works with any DtPro sound masking system and allows users to control volume settings and sound masking level in each individual room.

Yamaha acoustic enhancement system delivers improvements at leading Norwegian venue
Lørenskog Hus is a multi-purpose municipal venue located 20 minutes from Oslo.

Bowers & Wilkins Sound System Created for Barcelona Music Festival
The Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona will feature the one and only Bowers & Wilkins Sound System, the company's largest created specifically for the event.



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