All Acoustical Treatments & Sound Masking Content

4 House of Worship Acoustic Myths Debunked

Sound consultant Kenric Van Wyk takes on misconceptions about church facility acoustics.

Cambridge Sound Management Enables Individual Room Sound Masking

The new QtRC from Cambridge Sound Management allows users to control volume settings and sound masking level in individual spaces on a ‘micro-zone’ level.

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.

Tempest Introduces Whisper-Quiet HUSH Projector Enclosure

Ideal for eliminating distracting noise at work, school, or church, Tempest’s HUSH projector enclosure eliminates noise to as little as 2dB. See it at InfoComm 2014.

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.

3 Tips for Overcoming Open-Space AV Challenges

Open-plan office layouts look nice, but where is the AV gear supposed to go?

Atlas to Compensate Firms that Spec Its Products

In an open letter to the integration industry, Atlas CEO Loyd Ivey says he’s standing up for firms that write great specs only to be swept away by low-price competitors.

NSCA to Honor Bob Coffeen with Lifetime Achievement Award

The former U.S. Army engineering officer, Burns & McDonnell veteran, acoustics consulting firm founder and current adjunct associate professor of architecture will be recognized during 2014 BLC.

Five Horses Tavern’s Do It Yourself Noise Control

Boston restaurateur combines research, advice and sweat equity to conquer a raucous room.