Indianapolis, IN (May 1, 2008)--Digital Audio Post, Inc. recently used Auralex Acoustics treatments within its facility on Music Row in Nashville. Acoustical consultant Jeff Hedback, Hedback Design Group, oversaw the project, which included installation of Digidesign's Pro Tools by integrator Audio-One.
Digital Audio Post's Studio 4 is a relatively small space (13' 8" x 11' 10" x 8' 8") with several acoustical anomalies. Architecturally, the room has a bay-type front wall with two windows. It also has different construction elements, as the left sidewall has an ancient fireplace that is plastered over. Additionally, the room has an entry alcove, presenting yet another acoustical drawback.
Hedback of suggested using Auralex products to treat the space, such as its Custom Fabric System, as well as itsSpaceCoupler cellular grid panel to smooth out stray reflections from the bay window and gain greater control of the troublesome floor to ceiling mode.
Highlights of the acoustical treatment include three-inch-thick front wall treatments, lateral reflection control with use of one-inch absorption and one-inch reflector panels in specific locations, a left rear corner trap and rear wall center trap as well as SpaceCouplers for added bass trapping and architectural punch. The ceiling features one-inch Auralex ProPanels and a six-unit grid of SpaceCouplers below the panels.
Digital Audio Post, which specializes in national audio post and sound for picture production projects, most recently mixed CMA Riverstages, a 13-show concert series for Great American Country (GAC), and Christmas at Union Station, a four-show concert series for the Gospel Music Channel, in the newly treated space.
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