Acoustic Panels and Bass Traps

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Creating great sounding rooms is our passion

AS FEATURED IN AUDIO TECHNOLOGY MAGAZINE

“SoundAcoustics studio products are designed to create the perfect listening environment at an excellent price point. All products have been extensively tested at the NATA accredited acoustic laboratory at RMIT. We have designed and researched professional level products that combine both diffusion and absorption, allowing a room to retain a natural sense of space. This is exactly what the best recording studios strive for. Being an engineer and musician myself, creating accurate listening environments is a passion of mine”  

James Bellew      Acoustic Designer

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SoundAcoustics products are manufactured in Melbourne, Australia and come with a ten year factory warranty. Many of our products feature a patented reflective insert unique to SoundAcoustics products. This design feature dramatically improves the low frequency absorption performance of a traditional acoustic foam product. We are incredibly proud of the patented HA600-75 hybrid acoustic panel launched in 2009 and now seen installed in professional studios and educational institutions throughout Australia.  We have recently released the LF70 and LF60 bass traps, both featuring the reflective insert. These products offer excellent performance comparable to far more expensive bass trap designs.

HA600/75 with timber inserts
HA600/75 with timber inserts

SoundAcoustics acoustic panels and bass traps are designed with simple DIY installation in mind. The hidden staple gun channel provides a simple way to fix the panels to the walls with a staple gun, 3M removable hooks or adhesive tabs.

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Testing Graeham Goble’s home studio.

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Recent Blog Posts

Treat my Room – Audio Technology Mag

Last year I travelled up to the Central Coast to fit out a home studio in conjunction with the Audio Technology magazine ‘Treat My Room’ competition. Congrats to competition winner Brent Murphy. You can read all about it here: Treat My Room winner TREAT MY ROOM

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Acoustic Foam vs Fibreglass

Acoustic foam has been used by manufacturers such as Auralex and Sonex for decades. The benefits over other materials is that it can be easily manufactured into various designs and contours that enhance the absorption characteristics of the foam. There are many discussions on the web about the effectiveness of acoustic foam vs fibreglass. An…

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ATC SCM25 Studio Monitors – a quick review!

ATC SCM25 in studio

I recently had the opportunity to borrow some ATC SCM25 studio monitors, and of course I jumped at the opportunity. ATC speakers are made in the UK and come with a considerable studio pedigree. Attack magazine put the ATC SCM25’s on the top of their top ten: Best Monitors In my own humble studio I…

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Lundor Acoustic Panel – offices and boardrooms

The recently released Lundor acoustic panel is proving popular for modern offices and corporate environments. Often described as being “funky” or “cool”!! General noise levels in offices can often be reduced by using sound absorbing panels in areas where there are hard surfaces. Boardrooms utilised for conference calls often suffer from excessive reverberation that impacts…

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Graeham Goble’s home studio acoustic treatment

I recently had the pleasure of acoustically treating Graeham Goble’s temporary home studio. I’ve never seen so many gold records in one location! Given the large open plan nature of the room we decided to enclose the mixing workstation, and treat another area of the room for the recording of acoustic and amplified instruments. An…

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