Why do Edinburgh’s music venues still sound so bad? Opening remarks Having had music make up a big part of my life since my earliest memories, both tinkering with audio and being musical since my early teens, along with always wanting to know how things work, has led me in the pursuit of quality[…]
An Interesting article, outlining the basics of how to acoustically design a room for audio reproduction. Particularly compelling is the highlighting of how important controlling bass or low frequencies is to achieving an accurate and quality sound. It can often be overlooked, especially in the domestic/ home studio market.
In July 2016 Thomson Acoustic Engineering provided consulting support for noise monitoring, in conjunction with DSB Technical, at Scone Palace, Perth , where the well established REWIND Scotland music festival is held.