Baltic birch and rock maple mixing desk, ergonomically sized for user, preparing to go to the finishing house. Design by Alex Jaynes to XIX Acoustics specs.
Several months ago I started work on a project to contain the sound of a drummer in a residential home. This type of project is pretty typical. The part of the project that wasn’t typical was that the drum isolation needed to be removable in a couple of hours so that the space could be … Read More
Another treatment option is this hybrid absorber / polycylindrical diffuser. A QRD pattern is cut into softwood fir 2x stock (similar to RPG’s Flutter-Free) and then arranged on a large radius similar to a large polycylindrical diffuser. Air spaces are left between the mini-QRDs to allow low frequencies to pass while scattering mids and higher frequencies. The … Read More
These 4 Acoustic Ramps in Black with Rock Maple are headed to Portland, Maine to Pat Keane Mastering which is currently building a new Mastering Room with design work by Lou Clark of Sonic Space.
Here’s some photos from Precision Productions in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago. I designed the studio and acoustics. As it turns out, it is hot there.
The studio I designed for Kasey Phillips’ Precision Productions in San Fernando, Trinidad is the set for this music video. Some things to notice: Acoustic Ramps in the rear of the room. A slotted poly diffuser/absorber on the rear door. The only 2″ tape machine in Trinidad is also in the rear of the room. … Read More
Thanks to Hendrik, we now have a silent boiler, and most importantly, we’re sleeping through the night!