On-site 3D measurement and analysis provides an accurate model of any existing space, laying the foundation for our designs. Ingest of data from popular BIM and CAD platforms allows us to assist our users and dealers with spaces before they are constructed.
Data from the model are loaded into our custom Clarity software for further acoustical analysis to determine which of our products will be most effectively deployed, tightly coordinated with other construction materials. The final design is then used to create an auralization of the proposed solution, enabling the client to hear the result before construction begins.
MAKING SPACE FOR
A CREATIVE MIX
Our series of passive and adaptive acoustic panels can be applied to an existing space to improve the sound of rooms through a combination of absorption or diffusion using the modeling information from Clarity.
After the room is refined with our passive acoustic products, our active acoustical signal processors create new reflections that are spatially-coherent with the physical architecture of your room. This allows dynamic variation in room acoustics with ultimate flexibility, along with low-frequency control never before possible.
Our Response line of custom loudspeaker systems are used to create realistic acoustic wavefronts in the space with intentional acoustic characteristics, working in conjunction with our Space signal processors to deliver a flexible acoustic experience.
THE DEFINITION OF TRUE ACOUSTICS
Definition Acoustics perfects the process by customizing speaker response with the acoustic treatment of each specific room. It all works in perfect coordinated alignment.
-Danny Duncan | Producer | Vanguard Recording
Our goal is to achieve equal coverage, true stereo, and a balanced reverberant field from 18kHz down to 30Hz, in every seat in the house.
Contact us to begin discussing how we can best implement the Definition Process in your space.
Because we measure rooms more accurately, we can design them more efficiently.
Active bass processing gives us better phase coherency and pattern control of the lowest octaves.
Active acoustics give mix engineers a definable and variable acoustic palette. They can mix “into” the sound of their room, rather than having to compromise their choices based on an inaccurate or inefficient one.