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Worried About Hearing Loss? Here’s what Resonics Director, Matt Bullen Advises You Do…

Last week I went to have my hearing tested at my local ‘Specsavers’ who, if you didn’t already know, also have in-house audiology experts providing hearing tests. I was met by a lovely lady called Sue, who began by asking me some questions which she filled out in a form. [...]

By |March 23rd, 2020|Hearing Difficulties|

Homeworking: Tips for Controlling Sounds at Home

2020 will surely be one to remember. From the Australian bushfire crisis to Harry and Meghan stepping back from their royal duties. From the Trump impeachment drama to the growing escalation between Iran and the US. It was also in early 2020 when many of us first heard of the [...]

By |March 20th, 2020|Residential Acoustics|

14 New Architectural Acoustic Products To Check Out

14 New Architectural Acoustic Products To Check Out The world of architectural acoustics is changing, rapidly. As acoustic solutions become commonplace in commercial spaces, so has the demand to create unique and innovative sound absorbing products that serve not just a functional purpose, but which [...]

By |October 15th, 2019|Acoustic Panels, Office Acoustics|

Biophilic Design – The New Way To Reduce Office Noise?

Connecting with nature brings a range of physiological benefits for humans. It is no wonder then that the latest architectural trend aims to bring the outdoors inside. Introduction What is Biophilic Design? The Benefits of Biophilic Design Biophilia & Acoustics How plants reduce noise Using biophilia for good acoustics [...]

By |February 22nd, 2017|Health & Safety, Psychoacoustics, Office Acoustics|

Taking Noise Off The Restaurant Menu, With Action On Hearing Loss

For years now we have been harping on about the poor acoustic environments of cafes, bars and restaurants. We have spoken of the shifting trend of restaurant interiors from softly furnished, spacious spaces, to the minimalist, hard surfaced and densely packed restaurants of today. We have also talked about just how loud some [...]

By |December 6th, 2016|Restaurant Acoustics|

How To Soundproof Your Apartment: The Myths & What You Can Realistically Do

There are some pretty hair-brained ideas on the internet about how to solve one of life’s many bug bears – noisy neighbours. Despite what some think, it is much more complicated than laying a shaggy rug on your floor or strategically placing a bookshelf against a wall. The reality is that [...]

By |September 6th, 2016|Sound Proofing|

7 Technologies That Will Make The Future Quiet

The world is a noisy place. So noisy, in fact, that scientists believe that there is no place left on earth that is untouched by man-made noise. You might think that the North Pole might be a candidate for a bit of peace and quiet, yet even commercial airlines fly over [...]

By |June 24th, 2016|Sustainability, Sound Proofing|

12 Lesser-Known Buildings With Amazing Acoustics

The world of acoustics is not just confined to finely tuned auditoriums and recording studios. The most intriguing sonic experiences can be had in some of the world’s unique buildings and structures. From the soothing sounds found at a UFO monitoring station in the heart of a Californian desert, to the world's longest reverb [...]

By |March 23rd, 2016|Acoustics, Psychoacoustics|