how sound travels
When addressing the acoustics of your space, it's helpful to first understand how sound works. At CSI Creative we are dedicated to understanding your challenges and finding the best solution for your needs.
Sound waves are simply energy causing vibration at a given frequency. Sound waves can transmit through solid objects, gas, and liquid with varying efficiency. When sound waves come in contact with hard surfaces, they continue to bounce back into space until they eventually lose energy. This phenomenon is commonly referred to as an echo.
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Different surfaces have different levels of sound absorption and reflection. Hard surfaces reflect a much greater amount of sound than a softer-textured or more porous surface.
Because the walls in small spaces are closer together, the reflecting sound waves tend to interfere with one another, dramatically reducing clarity in conversations.CUSTOMIZE & QUOTE
Large rooms often deal with sound distortion due to increased reverberation time. Often more materials are needed when acoustically treating a large space.CUSTOMIZE & QUOTE
The goal of all good design is to facilitate a good customer experience. Poor acoustics in a space can lead to a discomfort and a irritable mood, causing you to feel overwhelmed. This takes away from the customer's experience.CUSTOMIZE & QUOTE
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