Free Acoustic Room Analysis

Whether you are planning a new recording studio or have a room with an acoustic issue that needs fixed we are here to help! Please select from the options below, fill out the form as best you can and then wait for one of our representatives to contact you with a recommendation and personalized advice! 

Small Room or Personal Analysis  <-- CLICK HERE 

  • Jam Room
  • Recording Studio
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  • Drum Room
  • Vocal Booth
  • Classroom
  • Rehearsal Space
  • Broadcast Booth
  • Home Theater
  • and More

Large Room or Commercial Analysis  <-- CLICK HERE 

  • Church
  • Restaurant
  • Auditorium
  • Concert Hall
  • Club
  • Gym
  • Daycare
  • Manufacturing Facility
  • and More

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  • I’m not asking for help Just a band with a way out of hell.

  • Greetings!

    We are college students from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines. We’re assigned to calculate the Reverb Time without and with the treatment of a classroom using a variety of acoustical materials and design an audio system design for better sound quality inside. Room DImensions L=7m, W=5m, H=4m, Volume of the Room = 140m^3, Floor (concrete finish) & Ceiling (drywall) Area= 35m^2, Front & Back Walls 28m^2, Side Walls = 20m^2 (Wall Finish- 25% Glass, 75% Drywall)

    Ma. Thereza Zamora
  • Hi we have a small live performance space and I Am trying to quiet crowd talking and chatter in the back of the room…I was thinking about treating the ceiling with 3 or 4 inch foam to eliminate carry and echoe

    thomas bloom
  • Hi there we try to record video ( green screen back ground) & audio at the same time with Vmix software in 15 x16 room. If we turn on sound track loud enough to hear for singing , then the sound is very bad . I bought rug to cover ceramic floor and I ordered 12 of 2" X 12" X 12"Pack- Burgundy/Charcoal foam.We don’t know how to make good sound for group 8-10 people singing – so we can livestream on youtube for outreaching . please help – Thanks a lot

    Tina Lee

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