SoundAcoustics are specialists in providing high performance acoustic solutions for demanding applications such as:
Recording Studios (Project and Professional)
Broadcast and Film production studios
Home Theatre and Audiophile listening rooms
School auditoriums and rehearsal rooms / tutoring rooms / classrooms
Commercial office interiors
Cafes / Restaurants / Live Music Venues
SoundAcoustics acoustic panels and bass traps are designed with simple DIY installation in mind. We also provide an on-site acoustic measurement, consultation and installation service within the Melbourne metro area.
Testing Graeme Goble’s home studio.
“In critical listening environments such as recording studios, performing acoustic measurements quickly targets problem frequencies. It’s also important that I have acoustic products readily available that are capable of dealing with those frequencies. Being an engineer and musician myself, creating an accurate listening environment is a passion of mine” James Bellew
Some of our clients include:
Graeme Goble (Little River Band)
Australian Radio Network
Melbourne Conservatorium of Music
Swinburne Secondary College
Doncaster Secondary College
SoundAcoustics manufacture acoustic panels and bass traps in Melbourne, Australia. Research and acoustic testing takes place at the RMIT University NATA accredited acoustic laboratory in Melbourne. We constantly strive to improve and innovate. The patented HA600-75 hybrid acoustic panel (video below) has been widely installed in professional studios and educational institutions throughout Australia. More than two years in development, the HA600/75 absorber/diffuser combines efficient lower frequency absorption with selective high frequency diffusion. It has been the acoustic panel of choice in recording studios Australia wide.
Simple installation. Also, all of our panels feature the “Staple T”channel which allows quick and easy installation with a staple gun. A simple but very handy innovation, and in many cases a great alternative to adhesive.
HA600-75 Information / Installation video
Research takes place at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia