Acoustics & Design
Programming & Installation

In theatre, performing arts centers and recording studios, acoustics are a branch of physics that focus on studying sound: how it’s produced, transmitted, controlled, and received, and the effects of this process. As it applies to architecture, acoustics is the process of using building design and construction methods to harness the properties of sound to their greatest effect.

In outdoor facilities, determining the type of audio system that will score big with fans is a challenge facing all facility operators.  Sports fans attend athletic events with high expectations-and most of those expectations have very little to do with what’s happening on the field, court or ice. They want, among other comforts, excellent lighting, crisp video presentations and high-tech sound.

These are some of the exciting challenges as an acoustician, sound designer and programmer. The following depictions include some our work in performing arts centers, stadiums and fitness centers.