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Acoustic panels made of sound-absorbent wood are one of the key elements in the acoustic conditioning of recording studios and rooms.

The quality of the sound and music are very important in record production and also musical themes, dialogues and translations of films and video games. This part of the creative and production process of these works is carried out in studios and special recording rooms which must offer proper acoustic conditioning of their rooms.

In the acoustic conditioning of a recording studio an effort is made to control sound absorption, reverberation and insulation as well as noise and vibrations that may occur. When controlling absorption and reverberation, acoustic panels made of sound-absorbent wood come into play. Depending on the needs of each case there areacoustic panels with different degrees of acoustic absorption.

But there is another very important aspect in the design of a recording studio. In addition to proper acoustic conditioning and offering good recording equipment, a studio must ensure a pleasant and welcoming environment for those who work inside. Studios are normally divided into two zones: the recording room and the control room. Artists work in the former and technicians (who are in fact also true artists in the shade) in the other. They work for many hours and days in a row until work is finished. Acoustic ceilings, acoustic doors or soundproof doors, and inner linings made of wood make these rooms a little warmer and friendlier, improving concentration and the mood of their users.


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