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Many buildings and rooms only exist in the drawings or the mind of a creator architect while others have already been built without meeting the most basic requirements on Architectural Acoustics and some others, already turned into reality, were originally acoustically acceptable but later reforms and changes in materials have deteriorated the user’s acoustic experience.

We have devoted many years to the acoustic conditioning of spaces and we know that many of the projects on which we work began with a suspicion: "there seems to be a problem with the acoustics here."

When we designed our first optimum reverberation time online calculator we were thinking of precisely that problem: when you want to confirm your architectural acoustics issue and, at the same time, you need guidance on what acoustic solution is right for your job. A few months ago we launched the second version of our free online calculator, which offers a simulation of the acoustic location of your room and how to improve key acoustic indices with the incorporation of acoustic panels on the ceiling and/or different walls. In addition, the tool produces a downloadable report that can be sent by email.

A few weeks ago the Optimum Reverberation Time online calculator was mentioned in the magazine Infoconstrucción, yet another of the numerous recognitions and recommendations in our industry since it was launched.


Architectural Acoustics: Optimum Reverberation Time (ORT) online calculator 2


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