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Acoustic projects


Acoustic design of control rooms is one of the cornerstones of studio construction and building. It creates comfortable atmosphere for everyone working with sound: guests, presenters, sound engineers. Acoustic projects can be expensive and complex or small and simple. Anyway, all projects should be carefully planned. It is crucial to assess a room at the stage of selecting its purpose because it is always easier to do so in advance than to build the studio first and then suddenly realise that there is, for instance, some heating noise that you did not hear before.

These 2 groups of questions should be answered while choosing premises for a studio:

  • What is the air volume of the room?
  • What is the actual purpose of the premise (recording, control, production studio)?
  • Does the air volume of the room correspond with its intended purpose?
  • What is the building material and covering of walls, floor and ceiling of the room?
  • What are the sources of noise in any adjacent rooms?
  • Where is the building located on the architectural plan of the city? (Possible sources of penetrating noise are railways, highways, trams)?
  • The ventilation system, air conditioning and heating - what does it consist of?
  • What is the budget of construction?
  • What is the room design?

These are the very first things that should be taken into consideration. The control of any penetrating noises and determining the amount of sound-absorbing materials are the subjects of the calculation of the acoustic space.

The Tract Company experts will help you to calculate the space and the choice of acoustic materials. How does it work?

  1. You send a request with the answers to the above questions to the address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
  2. Our experts will contact you for further information on the scope of the design.
  3. A simple modelling is free of charge and includes a check of conformity of the volume and reverberation time to the intended purpose, as well as advice on the choice of location of the facilities in the complex.
  4. If the labour expenditures exceed one working day, we consider this project to be more complex and suggest a more detailed analysis of acoustic processes in the room using acoustic simulators. In this case, we individually discuss the cost of the work.