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Acoustics First Corporation


Acoustics First Corporation has published these technical articles:

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This article was written for the March 2004 issue of Church Production. It is an overview of acoustical materials starting with a definition and covering sound absorbers such as fabric-covered wall... (View Full Article)
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Since entering the acoustics arena in the seventies, we have heard many stories over and over. One of these is that the acoustic foams are no more than a fancy packaged version of egg cartons. After... (View Full Article)
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In the Disco Days of the late 1970 s, floor carpet was often used in studios as acoustical wall treatment. Orange shag was a particular favorite. We had an independent lab test Thick Pile Carpet... (View Full Article)
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Long before Newton was occasioned by the falling of an apple the common assumption was that a two pound object fell twice as fast as a one pound object (Aristotle). Galileo contradicted Aristotle.... (View Full Article)
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This article was written for the October 2007 issue of Religious Product News. It covers misconceptions about how acoustical materials work and interact with a sound system. Topics include isolation... (View Full Article)
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This article was published in the July 2007 issue of Technologies for Worship Magazine. The control room serves to monitor and evaluate the recording and for this reason it is critical that it be... (View Full Article)
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This article was written for the November, 1999 issue of ProSoundNews. It traces growth in awareness of acoustics from our first showing anechoic wedge foam at AES New York in 1979 through the... (View Full Article)
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This article appeared in the January 2006 issue of Church Production. Churches share the same laws of physics with recording studios and concert halls, but must apply them differently. Achieving a... (View Full Article)
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This article form the June 2007 issue of Church Executive discusses ceiling treatments. Reverberation reduction is essential to speech intelligibility. Retaining a proper level of reverberation is... (View Full Article)
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This article was written for the Winter 2000 issue of Disc Makers Pro Studio Edition at the request of Keith Hatschek. It was later incorporated into his book The Golden Moment, Recording Secrets from... (View Full Article)
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This article from the August 2004 issue of Singer Magazine discusses the noise isolation and sound shaping concerns for studios. Recording environments in large, dedicated facilities as well as... (View Full Article)
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This article was written at the suggestion of Custom Retailer for their October 2003 issue. A previous article had implied that room acoustics could be fixed with expensive equalizers. Here it is... (View Full Article)
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This was written at the request of Facility Safety Management for their December 2005 issue. Noise control is essential to hearing preservation and speech intelligibility in safety systems. Heavy mass... (View Full Article)
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This series article was written in 2007 for Disc Makers Pro Studio Edition e-Newsletter. It illustrates what can be done to create a professional working environment for recording in residential... (View Full Article)
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This interview was conducted by telephone for Sound and Video Contractor, September, 2007. It covers acoustical awareness, intelligibility, direct versus reflected sound, pew-back distributed sound,... (View Full Article)
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This article was written for the March - April 2003 issue of Your Church. It describes the construction, function and uses of various acoustical sound absorbing panels starting with the fabric covered... (View Full Article)
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This article was written for the April 2005 issue of Singer Magazine (now Singer & Musician) by their publisher and Editor-in-chief Robert A. Lindquist. Acoustics First provided construction... (View Full Article)
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This article is the second part of a series written for the June 2005 issue of Singer Magazine, now Singer & Musician, by their publisher and Editor-in-chief Robert A. Lindquist. This final... (View Full Article)
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This profile of Acoustics first appeared in the September 2005 issue of Your Church Magazine. It describes how the company can provide a basic analysis of the sound of a sanctuary, multipurpose room... (View Full Article)
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This article was written for the September 2008 issue of Radio World and reprinted in their 2009 Sourcebook. Moving from a world class recording facility, where noise control and acoustics were... (View Full Article)
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This article was written for the February 2002 issue of Home Toys. Listener may hear sounds not on a record. Recording engineers can trick the ear into hearing sounds beyond what is recorded. The room... (View Full Article)