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Sound Improvement Services
Sound
Improvement
Services

Bicester
Oxfordshire
England
Tel: +44(0)1869
242275

Mob: +44(0)7770
391619
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        A sensible approach to sound quality

Sound system design and verification

 

·        Coverage and imaging analysis and improvement

·        Venue-specific system design for maximum coverage, clarity and impact

·        Directional/steerable bass systems




I cover a wide range of sound fields:

 

1)    Rehearsal, recording and post production 

       facilities

 

2)    Installation designs for architecturally 

       sensitive locations - often where concealment,   

       coverage, control, leakage control and natural

       imaging is essential

Click here for Technical Publications & Training services

Acoustical design, analysis and advice

 

·        Acoustical design – control rooms, stage and auditorium improvements

·        Echo and flutter analysis and reduction

·        Reverberation analysis – Early Decay Time, RT60

·        Clarity measurements - C10, C35, C50 and C80

·        Intelligibility assessments - STI, STIPA, MTI, MTIPA and % Alcons

·        Bass ratio and spectral balance measurements

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Most musicians, conductors, recording engineers and live performance
practitioners recognise the importance of well-balanced acoustics. So why
are so many performance and recording spaces so lacking in basic TLC?

Modern analysis techniques can characterise a space with the kind of
efficiency and accuracy only dreamt of a few years ago. Measurements can
even be performed during an event, using speech or music as the test source. This means that solutions can be targeted to maximise effectiveness and to minimise cost so you don’t have to put up with second best anymore.