I have known Andy Hong since I worked for him when we were at Reed Elsevier in the late 90’s. Andy’s Kimchee Records was recording and/or putting out some of the best of Boston bands like Karate, Heidi Saperstein, Tugboat Annie and the Willard Grant Conspiracy. At the time I was working with Andy, he was recording “In My Living Room” a compilation of songs recorded…in his living room. Andy advised me when I was at the beginning of building my home studio. Andy is the Gear Review Editor at Tape Op, so when I had developed my Acoustic Ramps into a real product, I got in touch to see if he would be interested in trying out a pair. The demo went great and he ended up reviewing the Ramps and buying 2 standard ramps and two custom made clear plexiglass Ramps to be placed in front of his window to the live room. Here’s two pictures of the Ramps in place:

These custom clear acrylic ramps are stopping the reflection off of the studio window into the live room. The reflection is controlled and scattered instead of being absorbed and deadened.
These custom clear acrylic ramps are stopping the reflection off of the studio window into the live room. The reflection is controlled and scattered instead of being absorbed and deadened.
This photo shows a pair of standard ramps handling the early reflection point on the left side. The right side is being taken care of by the clear acrylic ones.
This photo shows a pair of standard ramps handling the early reflection point on the left side. The right side is being taken care of by the clear acrylic ones.

 

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