All surfaces have been treated and a container full of absorbers were installed on the ceiling and walls.
The stereo 2.0 sound image meets the gold standards for mixing and post-production studios.
The Dolby Atmos® 7.1.4 bed is close to achieving Home Entertainment Studio Certification by Dolby Labs, with some exceptions due to physical constraints presented by the LED video wall.
The amber curves represent a tolerance field for high level sound studios having this volume.
The blue curve represents the calculated RT60 with equally distributed absorbers.
The green curve was calculated with a formula that includes distribution of the absorbers on the 3 axis.
Two fan-coils are installed in the studio with silencers on both air-supply and air-return, to make the air-flow whisper quiet.
On the top of the ceiling large acoustic boxes absorb low frequencies.
A second layer of acoustic boxes absorb mid-range frequencies.
Enforced truss and heavy steel frames are used throughout the room.
Multiple layers of different performance materials were combined to insulate the Lounge from the Studio.
Team members can talk, interact and relax in the Lounge - regardless of the sound level in the Studio.
We integrated real bricks to form part of the 40cm / 15" thick soundproof wall.
The soundproof studio door was imported from the USA.