Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Art of Acoustic Diffusers - The Eccentricity of Wood

Recently we completed some renovations at the studio and if you've been by lately you may be wondering "what's with all the wood kicking about on the wall in Studio 1?".

Well, the three attractive panels mounted on the wall actually act as acoustic diffusers.  Designed by Canada's own Olga Oreshyna, the panels are made entirely out of wood with an iregular pattern to scatter the sound waves thoroughly, thus, functioning as diffusers.

Olga's panels are not only acoustically effective for sound absorption they bring a creative and earthy touch to our space.

Come drop by and check them out!

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