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Common Acoustical Consulting Terms

Recording sound professionally is a delicate process because of the ambient noise that will be prevalent in a location. Those who want to sound proof a room in their home or install a recording studio may need to hire a professional. Consultants will offer advice on the type of walls and tiles that are necessary to prevent individuals from hearing unwanted sounds. General contractors may hire a consultant when building a studio or booth. These areas are used to record the vocals for musical tracks. Certain panels are available that absorb noise and act as a barrier to prevent sound from getting through. The following are common acoustical terms used by consultants.

  • Acoustics - Acoustics refers to the science of sound and the effect noise has on a particular environment.
  • Decibel - A decibel is a term used to describe the measurement of sound and its intensity and power level.
  • Ambient Noise - Ambient noise is airborne sound that may be associated with a particular environment.
  • Echo - An echo is perceived by the ear as a delayed return of sound.
  • Background Noise - Background noise is all the unrelated noise in an area, as opposed to the sound from an object of interest.
  • Reverberation - In an enclosed space, reverberation is the way sound waves reflect off surfaces and reach a person's ears.
  • Sound Insulation - Sound insulation is the ability of a structure to prevent sound from penetrating a room or location. Insulation is used to sound proof a room.
  • Feedback - Feedback is the unwanted interaction between an input and output device in a sound system.
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    National Council of Acoustical Consultants
    Indianapolis, IN 46268
    The professional members of our association always seek to provide you with the best acoustical experience available. Contact us today to learn more about how you can find an acoustical consultant near you.
     
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    Btb Limited
    1725 4th St, Sioux City, IA 51101
    (712) 255-7524
    Dewild Grant Reckert
    6115 Whispering Creek Dr, Sioux City, IA 51106
    (712) 266-1554
    Janning's Ceiling Systems Inc
    Ricketts, IA 51460
    (712) 830-9930
    Tamarack Materials Dakota Inc
    5001 E Rice St, Sioux Falls, SD 57110
    (605) 335-7800
    Ava Associates
    913 S Nicholas Ave, Brandon, SD 57005
    (605) 332-6040
    Covenant Tile Inc
    214 E Tabor Ct, Brandon, SD 57005
    (605) 582-3204
    Dakota Acoustical Tile Co Inc
    1508 W 3rd St, Sioux Falls, SD 57104
    (605) 332-5431
    Golden Valley Supply Co
    2200 E 39th St N, Sioux Falls, SD 57104
    (605) 331-5177
    Mar-Tec Acoustical Ceiling Contractors
    Omaha, NE 68122
    (402) 431-8894
    Central Acoustics Consulting Inc.
    Omaha, NE 68122
    (402) 213-1146
    Armcom Distributing Co
    3601 W Tickman St Ste 200, Sioux Falls, SD 57107
    (800) 422-0614
    Armcom Distributing Company
    3601 W Tickman St Ste 200, Sioux Falls, SD 57107
    (605) 338-5507
    R & D Industries Inc
    812 10th St, Milford, IA 51351
    (712) 338-2999
    Simpson Supply
    4401 Florence Blvd, Omaha, NE 68110
    (402) 451-7500
    Simpson Company
    Arnolds Park, IA 51331
    (712) 332-5150


    Acoustical consultants are professionals that routinely deal with sound proofing rooms, installing various types of insulation, and essentially controlling noise that enters a specific room or building. As you can see, this type of expert is often needed in the music or record industry. Fortunately, there are acoustic contractors and engineers working all over. These specialists often help create barriers or insulated walls so that audio or sound cannot get in. There are specific types of ceiling tiles, foam panels, and other construction materials that are used for sound absorption. Some other materials used are wall insulation, tin barriers, and sound proof foam used to control the amount of noise that can enter a room. Acoustical contractors and consultants utilize these supplies in order to trap noise, vibrations and sounds in music studios. This way bass guitars, drum sets, synthesizers and singing vocals are not heard outside of the sound proof rooms. More importantly, sounds do not get in during recording sessions. The cost of noise reduction or sound control varies depending on the particular task. For instance, a small booth would be easier to sound proof than an entire home. If you are not sure where to obtain more information about acoustical consultants, industrial grade noise control insulation, and wall foam panels used to treat sound proof facilities, you may want to check into local consultants and contractors that work in this field. You can contact them by phone in order to find out more specifics and details regarding sound proofing.
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