Category Archive: Reducing Echo
I have been getting a lot of calls lately where people are looking to soundproof a room. They explain to me that they want sound that is being made within the room to STAY in the room or they want to keep sound out of their space. We commonly begin talking about the room and the type of noise that we are dealing with in each particular situation […]
If you find yourself attracted to the idea of operating your own boutique fitness studio, you are not alone, and for good reason. Boutique fitness studios feel more trendy to consumers because they are able to provide an environment that is more intimate, fun, and specialized than standard gym options. They tend to be smaller […]
With summer just around the corner, more and more people are hitting the gym and attending group fitness classes such as spin cycling, yoga, CrossFit, and other health-oriented activities. An important key to any successful workout or class, of course, is listening to the instructor. Unfortunately, many gyms and fitness spaces are highly reverberant, making […]
In this ongoing blog series, the acoustic experts of ASI will detail common noise concerns of different environments and offer solutions to resolve any issues. This month’s edition of What’s That Noise? focuses on gymnasiums—wide-open spaces that are highly conducive to generating echoes and reverberation. Upon entering a gymnasium, the first thing that people notice—almost […]
Understand the effects of restaurant acoustics and restaurant noise control and reach success in noise reduction through the use of acoustic panels.
This was a job that was finished quite a few years ago. It was for a racquetball court that had been converted into an aerobics room. Ted recently discovered that the director of this rec center had posted a video of the exercise room, with typical music for a spin class playing, on YouTube.
Gymnasium acoustics are usually poor at best. Soundproofing a gymnasium is easier than you think and will greatly improve your gym acoustics.
I run a daycare facility that includes a small gym for games, running around, etc. The problem is the echo–it’s almost unbearable!
We have a large multi-purpose room in our church that we love to use for events, but when it’s full of people, the noise is terrible. Are there any church acoustical treatments to make this a better experience for everyone?
Church acoustics in fellowship halls or multi-purpose rooms are some of the more frequent rooms that we are asked for recommendations for acoustical treatment. These rooms have a few very common similarities that are the reason for the need for acoustical wall panels or acoustical ceiling panels.