Acoustics for Found Spaces Part II

  |  April 2, 2019

Berkeley Museum

Quite often during the programming of a new performance space or production area, the inclusion of acoustic design can mean that the intended space will offer additional flexibility. And while the amount of reverberation and sound isolation within a classroom, assembly hall or black-box theater will determine its target application, there is no denying that... Read More

USITT Conference Connects Performing Arts Design and Technology

  |  March 25, 2019

Acoustic Expert

Associate Principal of Acoustics, Matt Nichols, attended the United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT) show recently in Louisville, KY. This conference connects performing arts design and technology communities and Matt was part of the vibrant dialog among practitioners, educators, and students. During StageRight Corporation’s virtual reality demo of an acoustical shell, Matt virtually walked... Read More

The Hottest Trends in the Design of School Acoustics

  |  October 17, 2018

Acoustic Design in Classroom

Many of the basic building blocks of exceptional acoustic design in classrooms have not changed since the 1960’s. But recent advances in building science, classroom configuration, and materials are changing the way architects and builders approach sound in the classroom. It used to be thought that you had to use heavy masonry construction to create... Read More