Orb Now Has Curves

Orb Recording Studios has added Acoustic Geometry Curve Diffusors to the two control rooms in its 5,600-square-foot studio facility, which is located in Austin, TX.
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Austin, TX (November 24, 2015)—Orb Recording Studios has added Acoustic Geometry Curve Diffusors to the two control rooms in its 5,600-square-foot studio facility, which is located in Austin, TX.

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When the facility turned to Mark Genfan, owner and chief designer at Acoustic Spaces, an acoustic design and technical consulting business, to find an aesthetically pleasing acoustic solution, he enlisted the help of John Calder from Acoustic Geometry. “When designing the control rooms, I needed to add rear wall diffusers to refocus the energy back into the room,” says Genfan. “I was introduced to Acoustic Geometry’s line of Curves in 2013 and was immediately interested due to their cylindrical shape, which has a positive history in famous old-school recording spaces and concert halls.

Genfan utilized Acoustic Geometry’s Curve Diffusors in both retail sizes offered, small and medium, as well as in the special-order size large. He arranged the curves in a large rear wall diffusor array of different sizes and orientations in both control rooms.

“The end results were astounding,” says Genfan. “The Curves rounded out the acoustic profile of these critical control rooms, as well as made the room design feel unique. My client and their guests are very pleased with the end result in these rooms. I have since been utilizing Curve Diffusors in other studios and home theaters, and will continue to do so. The support from John Calder and Acoustic Geometry has been extraordinary, and his continued ambition to improve the product line only makes my job easier.”

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