A Holistic Approach
At ASC, we look at the entire project as a cohesive, functional collaboration of form and function. A professional audio workspace begins with the structural elements of the room itself, and ends with the control of the sound as it is played back to the listener.
The size and shape of the room to optimize the sound and minimize acoustic distortions
The construction of the walls, ceiling, floor, windows & doors to minimize sound intrusion to and from adjoining areas and equipment
Interior Space Acoustics
Acoustic Room Treatments to help control and shape the sound as it is delivered to the listener as a final composit to what the monitors are delivering and what the room itself is adding to that final sound. From BassTraps, to wall absorbers and diffusors we help specify a treatment that works flawlessly.
Unlike any other bass trap, the physics behind the TubeTrap, PCAD and Acoustic Soffit are based on a capacitive-resistive circuit. The acoustic capacitor (C) is the air chamber inside. The bigger it is, the more efficient the TubeTrap is at low frequencies. The acoustic resistance (R) is DC impedance matched to the radiation (LC) impedance of a freely radiating soundwave. Because of this design feature, the TubeTrap is more than 100% efficient. Another unique feature is the adjustable diffusion grid built into the TubeTrap. The specular diffusion panel that covers half of the TubeTrap is an acoustic choke (L) which is sized, ported and mass loaded to backscatter the treble range.
Adjustable Diffusion Built-in
What makes our TubeTrap and StudioTrap products so versatile during post production? Unlike, ‘built-in’ wall mounted acoustic products (which allow very little user control), our ‘modular’ acoustic devices give you full control to create a variable acoustic sub-space to suit nearly any recording or playback situation. Our products give the recording engineer the tools they require for the demands of quickly changing sessions.