Membrane Absorbers

What are Membrane Absorbers?   Membrane absorbers, also known as panel and diaphragmatic absorbers, utilize the resonant properties of a membrane to absorb sound over a narrow frequency range. Engineers typically employ unperforated, limp panels of wood, pressed...
Realistic Orchestral Strings

Realistic Orchestral Strings

  Orchestral elements play a more significant role in today’s music than we might expect. They give the average listener something they can relate to and provide a sense of familiarity in everything from soundtracks and video games to film scores and Top 40 hits....
Learn How To Bend Your Sounds

Learn How To Bend Your Sounds

Altering the sound characteristics with the help of distortion like effects have been present in music production for a long time. Consequently, over the past three decades, we got introduced to some pretty exciting sound processing units that alter the sound in soft...

Porous Absorbers

When sound propagates in small spaces, such as the interconnected pores of a porous absorber, it loses energy. This is primarily due to viscous boundary layer effects. Air is a viscous fluid, and consequently, the friction with the pore walls dissipates the sound...