The types of acoustic panels we supply typically include the following:
We can supply a range of panels to suit various ceiling heights, which is often the area compromised the most. These include either fixed panels or ideally hung panels, which offer a greater spectrum of sound control particularly when hung at an angle. These panels are often timber faced with circular holes to semi-expose the treatment, and are normally fitted with built-in lighting.
Wall Panels are normally midrange absorbers and are made up from timber frames with mineral fibre/acoustic foam filling, with a mix of hardboard and exposed facing, and finally fabric finish. They can also be supplied with hardwood timber frames and are normally fitted on a split rail system allowing them to be removed, which is particularly useful in recording rooms to yield a variety of acoustic options.
Bass Traps are acoustic energy absorbers that are designed to dampen low frequency sound energy with the goal of attaining a flatter low frequency (LF) room response by reducing the resonance in a room. These membrane absorbers are specifically designed for each individual room and are typically sealed timber frameworks with mineral fibre fillings and a barrier mat facing.
These acoustic panels are typically fabric finished with an acoustically inert, fire retardant material - normally from the Camira fabric ranges - and can be supplied with or without a hardwood timber frame finish.
Full Fabric Flush Finish
This is an alternative to the panel system. It is a full fabric tracked finish which you will find in most professional recording studios. It gives a seamless finish and allows the various acoustic treatments to be hidden in a timber sub shell, which is also useful in hiding audio wiring and other systems such as air conditioning and fresh air ducting.
Alongside acoustician Nick Whitaker, our recording studio designers team will ensure that our systems will exceed expectations both from an acoustic and aesthetic point of view.