Studio Soundproofing and Acoustics: Why The Need?
Striking the right acoustic balance for acoustic spaces, whether audio, visual, or a combination, can be a complicated task:
Variables including room size, room equipment and use of a studio (whether audio, visual, or both) all have an impact on the prevailing studio sound environment and acoustic solution. A precise amount of sound absorption is needed to strike the correct sound balance for studio environments: Too much absorption can mean a dead sound environment and can compromise projects; not enough sound absorption, however, can lead to distortion as sound is reflected around the space.
Studio soundproofing is vital in creating a clean sound environment for studies, both between studio spaces and as a means of protecting studios from external and internal noise sources.