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Five engineers built 3 subterranean soundproof music rooms at Finton House School, London, in just four days. Our case study illustrates the project from the design stage to finishing touches.
Amadeus installed acoustic panels into The Hall School dining hall as the noise when pupils and staff were eating was most uncomfortable; the most effective return was be a series of ceiling hung panels to reduce the reverberation time from 3.0 seconds to 1.5 seconds.
Amadeus assisted Morgan Ashurst Contractors to correct sound leakage problems at Bede 6th Form College, where a POD for Music, enclosed in a cylindrical PINK seemingly floating room, required a modified design of the Boxy room to ensure that it both fitted into the space but improved the room’s soundproofing.
Cheadle Hulme School was in need of a Band Practice Studio/Drum Room, but “it must be sound-proof”. The room designed and supplied by Boxylab s.r.l. was the perfect answer – once built there was no sound transmission past 1m and none above low ambient into the wider space.
Three acoustic modular pods were installed into the University of Central Lancashire Media Factory, all acoustically treated with absorber panels, acoustic floating floor, acoustic doors and studios windows.