#Thou shall not #ignore #sapience

#Wednesday’s #Visual #acoustics

#Need of the Hour, #Impervious and #real soundproofing

#why do you need a #Acoustician?

Today, most people see the large acoustic #panels hanging on walls and assume that they are there as some sort of #soundproofing or volume #dampening #apparatus.

This is not the case, although it’s not too far off. Acoustic panels are used to #absorb #sound #waves, which result in fewer waves #reflecting off hard surfaces like walls, to create a less #LIVE room with much less natural #reverb and #delay. This Live Room always creates a perceived loss in #volume, but the actual purpose is to make sure the sound waves DIE off before they get a chance to reflect off #multiple hard surfaces.

Kindly note that a #completely #DEAD room without any natural reverb is not ideal either, at least for a #auditorium or house of worship #setting.

An acoustician’s #GOAL is a #balanced system with just the right amount of natural room reverb.

Let’s not be #statistic or #ironical. We as the #seasoned #acousticians see it #time and time again with people not getting what they #paid for and not #maximizing the #possibilities of their #passion or #need with #the right #professionals like us.

Let’s #wakeup #outstanding #generation not to #deceptive, #misleading, #misinforming #claims of the #amateurs but to #professional #hypothesis and #apotheosis of the sound #wave.

We comprehend the properties, phenomena, and #laws of #physical #sciences

#Answers, #solutions and #perfections only at Apocalypse.

Reach us at apocalypseglobal@gmail.com or call us at +919848083140

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