Acoustics to Support Academic Performing Arts

  |  February 1, 2018

academic performance spaces require supportive acoustics

With the grand opening of the Ent Center, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is giving the community a first-class performing arts facility for performing, teaching and learning. Students and teachers are the primary users and they have unique needs when it comes to learning how to play and perform. The ability to hear... Read More

Why Acoustic Panels Aren’t Simply a “Magic” Solution

  |  May 19, 2017

When you first notice something sounds “off” with the acoustics of a space, the natural reaction is to start looking for a quick fix. Although your initial Googling may suggest acoustic panels as a magical fix to your sound problem, the actual solution is a bit more complicated. With so many different causes of poor... Read More

Acoustic Design in K-12 Music Classrooms

  |  May 14, 2017

If there’s one type of classroom where acoustic design should be a top priority, it’s undeniably the music classroom. Bringing an acoustic consultant on board at the beginning of the project allows the architect to receive valuable insight early on in the process. A well-designed space for student musicians begins with determining what the room... Read More