Acoustic Sciences Corporation – manufacturer of the iconic TubeTrap – recently added a new product to their expansive line of acoustic treatment products. It’s called the IsoThermal TubeTrap and they are unveiling it to the public June 3-5 at T.H.E. Show Newport in Irvine, CA.
Hailing from the beautiful island of Cyprus situated in east of the Mediterranean Sea, Mic Roussos is one of a kind. He's a man of many hats, finding work as a producer, an engineer, a multi-instrumentalist, a composer and a piano tuner. And he’s one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet.
Guitar-and-Bass Magazine's coverage of the Who's live rig, including Pete Townshend's revolutionary use of TubeTraps to control and refine his amplified sound.
Pete is one of our longest term customers and one of the first to apply our modular acoustics to the stage.
Finally! You can get control of the rear wall bounce!
We've added a new model to our TubeTrap line, brand new for 2015. It’s an isothermal-class RC time constant bass trap combined with the adjustable treble diffusion of our regular TubeTrap. It delivers twice the bass absorption of an equivalent sized TubeTrap between 30 Hz and 250 Hz. That’s why the IsoThermal TubeTrap has two chrome dots along the rim instead of the traditional one dot: two dots means twice the power!
Acoustic Sciences will be exhibiting the AttackWall at the 137th Annual AES Conference in Los Angeles in conjunction with RSPE and TOWERSONIC.
We've arranged for you to receive a free Exhibits-Plus Badge good for the Exhibition, all Special Events, Project Studio Expo and Live Sound Expo.
Brian Vibberts uses his portable Quick Sound Field to record Miles Mosley on a 250 year old upright bass for "What's Tracking's" 5th webisode. The Quick Sound Field provides an acoustically controlled recording space, which Brian uses for all of his recordings. In this episode of "What's Tracking," Brian uses the technique to while demonstrating various mics and filters for the show.
The Norsk Innspillingsbyrå Studio in Oslo, Norway features a beautiful AttackWall with double Monitor Stacks for mixing and a Quick Sound Field for recording. Listed in Mix Magazine's Class of 2014, the studio is the production and mixing studio for musician/producer Espen Lind.
Large custom ceiling panels ordered by Goodwin's High End calm reverb at a nearby yoga center.
The center has large, hard surfaces, causing noise to build-up, which makes it difficult to practice yoga.
Luxury apartments above and a new busy restaurant below had become a noise problem. The restaurant was too noisy for patrons inside and too noisy for the neighbors overhead during busy hours. Property managers went looking for some help with restaurant acoustics and found ASC. More...
Pastor Joe is estatic about his church's new Platform Choir Loft. It has been sixth months since construction was finished, and every time his congregation sings, Pastor Joe marvels. The former sanctuary broke all the acoustical rules for a church—high drop ceiling panels, carpeted floor etc... More...
Sam Lynn Halonen, a longtime friend of ASC, passed away on Christmas Day 2013 after a valiant battle with bone marrow disease. Though Sam will be greatly missed for his exuberant spirit and unconventional sense of style, his legacy lives on in the world of music production.
The 4th annual California Audio Show was a great success, showcasing the latest in high end audio. ASC handcrafted 50 "Original" TubeTraps to provide the acoustics necessary to appreciate the amazing technologies represented. ASC also provided free copies of its proprietary Acoustic Test CD, which includes the Music Articulation Test. More...
Once again, the ASC TubeTrap is featured in The Absolute Sound's Editors Choice Awards issue. The editors and writers of The Absolute Sound handpick the audio gear they feel is "most worthy of your consideration." More...
Acoustic Sciences Corporation has given away four of their world famous cylinder bass traps, the TubeTrap, in enjoythemusic.com's high end audio sweepstakes. The lucky winner received four 13" TubeTraps, with an MSRP of $2168.
Bruce Swedien mentored 9 recording engineers from all over the world, once again in his home studio in Ocala, Florida. Art Noxon, Bruce's acoustic design engineer, taught "Swedien Acoustics" to the group each morning session for the first 3 days of this 6 day session.