Hi. 
I'm Sarah.

I'm a freelance web designer. Scroll down and take a look at my work. If you like what you see, don't hesitate to get in touch

 
 

A little bit about me.

 
 
 

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My Work

 

UU Medford’s Acoustics Problem

UU Medford’s Acoustics Problem

XMiX Studio

XMiX Studio

Echo Boston

Echo Boston

Removable Drum Isolation Room

Removable Drum Isolation Room

Conference Rooms in Charles Street Meeting House

Conference Rooms in Charles Street Meeting House

Keyboard Morgue

Keyboard Morgue

Sonic Isolation of Noisy Boiler

Sonic Isolation of Noisy Boiler

Precision Productions

Precision Productions
 

My Clients

 
 
Jonathan Sage, Audio Engineer, Boston College

“Placing [the ramp] on a stand directly behind mix positions improved bass response, removed edge from upper mids, and elongates highs so that reverb tails and quiet slaps become more apparent. It works as advertised and the change in sound from it being in place to it being removed is incredible. In my office, the biggest improvement was in the bass response. With it in place, my Tannoy Elipse 8 Actives really put out the 40hz they are rated for but when removed that enhancement was gone. There was also a lot more sizzle in the highs and the stereo field felt wider. In a lab the biggest improvement was in the midrange. There is always a murky, muddy quality to everything that you hear in there and the ramp really opened it up.”

Jonathan Sage, Audio Engineer, Boston College
Joanna Revelas, Cambridge, MA

“We converted from a noisy oil-fired furnace to a gas boiler this summer. When the heating season started, we were unpleasantly surprised to be woken from a sound sleep the first time the new boiler fired up. We called our plumber, and the boiler manufacturer, who both told us the boiler was just fine. Fortunately, we found Hendrik Gideonse and XIX Acoustics. Hendrik had a diagnosis on his first visit, and he quickly put together a plan of action – involving both plumbing changes and acoustic isolation. He coordinated all of the work, and personally installed isolating feet underneath the boiler which stopped any vibrations causing unwanted noise. Thanks to Hendrik, we now have a silent boiler, and most importantly, we’re sleeping through the night!”

Joanna Revelas, Cambridge, MA
Andy Hong, TapeOp Gear Reviews Editor

“I assumed that the addition of two [XIX Acoustics’ Acoustic Ramp] diffusers to my control room’s comprehensive treatment package would lead to limited gains at best. In that regard, I was wrong. To put it succinctly, I was blown away by how much improvement I heard.”

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Andy Hong, TapeOp Gear Reviews Editor

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