You know what you want but don’t know where to get it…
That is exactly why you should call us. We build specialty acoustics for architects, acoustic engineers and designers, acousticians, studio and media room builders, interior designers and sound contractors. We provide a number of OEM products that are marketed by others and maintain a strict level of confidentiality. Our acoustic works began in the mid 80’s, when we were formed to manufacture the TubeTrap. Since then we’ve developed literally hundreds of acoustic specialty acoustic products. Some of these products actually became new marketed products because of their broad based appeal but many of them remain virtually unknown to all but the clients for whom they were initially developed.
Some People Know Exactly What They Want
They send over confidential plans describing what they want. We study them and ask a lot of questions, to make sure all the details have already been thought through and accounted for, from a number of viewpoints. We make a serious market research, to determine if the product or something like it already exists, and is readily available.
Others Know They Need A Solution
Usually the client has already exhausted themselves on this task and the product they want does not exist. Fabrication techniques and costs, packaging, shipping and installation are some of the basic issues that are frequently not considered by the clients. We study the proposed project, ask lots of questions, make a few suggestions and eventually come up with a firm product and proposal.
Others aren’t sure about what they want, but they are sure about what it has to do. Projects usually begin with a need to quiet a noise down using something that looks nice and isn’t very expensive. However, whatever is done can’t ruin the desirable components of the sound that already exists. Although these projects begin focused on the end result, they usually have very strong visual and cost limitations. For this work we are not just designing and building a product, we are psychoacoustic principles involved in the perception of sound and information to help guide what the products need to be like.