Acoustic Sciences has many outstanding products, but the following we are especially proud to feature, because they have made significant contributions to the world of acoustics.
TubeTrap, the original, archetypal bass trap, dating back to 1984, are set up in the corners of the room where they act like sonic shock absorbers. The bass trap part of the TubeTrap damps out excessive build-up of bass energy in the room and the built-in diffuser backscatters slap back, converting flutter echo into fine grained lateral ambience.
A major advancement in bass trap engineering that literally doubles the absorbing power below 60 Hz with improved absorption up to 300 Hz. By filling the air cavity in the bass trap with a distributed heat sync system, the thermal back pressure effect of compressed air is minimized, allowing 40% more air to flow into the trap than before.
The AttackWall is a world class mixing environment. It's a free standing workstation that consistently produces the most amazingly clear sonic space you'll ever work in. The AttackWall produces a reliable, repeatable, and accurate sonic space in which to track, mix, and master, regardless of the room or speaker system.
The Quick Sound Field is a near field recording environment that allows you get the most sound you can into your mics. The QSF as we call it can transform the center of an ordinary room into a lush recording space. It works great for all types of recordings, from tracking drums and vocals in wide open spaces to close miking guitar amps in close quarters. The QSF lets you get more sound into your mics.
Used all over the world, StudioTraps are based on the famous TubeTrap, and are a powerful and versatile tool for the recording industry. These Traps not only absorb sound energy, but create diffusion to give the room a more defined and natural sound. StudioTraps are available in a wide variety of colors.
Raise your subwoofer up to its full performance potential. The SubTrap is more than a simple isolation stand. In addition to isolation, it absorbs excess bass and decouples your sub-woofer from room modes. Only from ASC.
The SoundPlank is perfect for absorbing excess mid-range frequencies, while keeping the acoustics bright and alive. Reverberation and echo signals are controlled while a fine-grained, diffusive reflection pattern fills the room. The resulting acoustic signature is smooth and uniform throughout.
Technical grade constrained layer damping sheets with PSA adhesive and release paper. Maintains thickness and damping coefficient under pressure, unlike liquid damping compounds. With low initial tack, it is easy to remove and re-position. Add between all contacting surfaces in wall, floor and ceiling assemblies to attenuate structural response to vibration and impulse excitation. Adheres to metal and bare wood.
Listen to the tone scales of the MATT test, first over headphones and then in your room. The difference is astounding. Watch how your room turns musical clarity into dynamic blur and image stability into a wandering fog bank. Add acoustics and track the changes you make. Your audio system is great, it's the room that keeps getting in the way.
Record MATT test at listening position and send it in. We return the dynamic or musical clarity response curve of your room and it looks just like what you heard during the test. You'll see the tonal ranges of dynamic clarity and those of dynamic blurring. You'll see the peaks and valleys of the room response curve and some 5 to 10 dB below, the running noise floor. Discussion and suggestions for room treatment is included.