An acoustic shadow results when sound waves fail to spread outward due to disruptions or physical barriers such as buildings, geographical obstructions, or wind currents and can alter our perceptions of events, and can also be controlled to diminishing the impact of high decibel noises.
Choosing the right material for a noise barrier is harder than it may seem. There are a number of considerations beyond "does it eliminate noise?" that may not be obvious. For example, some materials absorb sound while some simply reflect it, often worsening the issue. Some materials are easy to work with while some require careful craftsmanship to use effectively.Read more →
The procurement, transportation, storage, and deployment of sound blankets can be a chore, which you’ll already know if you’ve ever had to treat a site or piece of machinery with big barriers and blankets.
Now, it doesn't have to be.
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Anyone who has ever had to organize an outdoor event will be familiar with the enormity of handling noise complaints, and even more so with the ensuing headaches.Read more →
We’re all aware of how obnoxious commercial air conditioner units can be; constantly noisy, overbearing, and at times distracting to work around.Read more →