Tag Archives: Acoustic panels

Primacoustic Introduces Broadway Acoustic Panel

ProSoundWeb – Primacoustic introduces the Broadway 48×48-inch acoustic panel, an extra-large sound absorbing wall panel for installation in larger rooms and commercial facilities. Constructed from high-density 6lb per cubic foot glass wool, Broadway panels provide acoustic absorption across a wide frequency range, which helps alleviate issues such as excessive reverberation and noise which can be […]

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Primacoustic: Piva Restaurant Case Study

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Modern restaurant with a classic challenge Piva Modern Italian Restaurant is a 150-seat fine dining venue in the Vancouver suburb of New Westminster, BC. The restaurant is contemporary in design with polished concrete floors, huge windows and hard surfaces throughout. Visually stunning, yet acoustically challenging.This acoustical treatment noticeably reduced the echo and background noise in […]

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Producer Jacquire King Outfits New LBT Studio With Primacoustic

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ProSoundWeb Producer Jacquire King’s new LBT studio offers, what he calls ‘creative elbow room’ and immediate access to all the instruments he has collected over the years. Although you can still find King at Blackbird Studio tracking larger session in Studio D, he surrendered his personal space there (Studio G) when his Primacoustic-treated LBT became operational. […]

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Product Spotlight: Primacoustic Element Panels

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The Primacoustic Element™ panels are a range of acoustic absorbers that are designed to give users more aesthetic options in their rooms. Rather than being limited to the typical square and rectangular panels found in most studios, the hexagonal shape and beveled edges allow the panels to be installed in unique patterns and clusters. Now […]

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Primacoustic Highlights: Paintable Acoustic Panels

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For more information about Paintable Acoustic Panels visit Primacoustic

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Product Spotlight: Primacoustic Paintables™

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Vancouver, BC – Primacoustic is pleased to introduce Paintables™ Clouds – a new series of high performance acoustic panels you can paint. “The series features three different shapes of absorptive acoustic panels that can be used as ceiling clouds, baffles or wall panels to reduce excess reverberation and improve intelligibility. The unique shapes and sizes open […]

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Primacoustic Now Offering Free Room Acoustics Analysis

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Primacoustic has announced a comprehensive room acoustics analysis service that can be accessed through the company’s website. This free service invites the user to fill out a series of questions that will be used to determine the acoustic issues with the space. Once filled out, the form is sent to an acoustic specialist who will engage with […]

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Primacoustic Introduces New Mounting Tools For Panels And Clouds

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Vancouver B.C. – Primacoustic has announced three new products that are designed to hang acoustic baffles and clouds: the Corkscrew, SlipNot and Helix. Primacoustic’s Jay Porter had this to say: “The new hanging systems multiply the uses and functionality of several of the Paintables™ and Broadway™ panels. Our installation hardware has always been well recognized […]

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In The Studio: Acoustics 101 for Rooms Large & Small

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Pro Sound Web By Peter Janis The steps to improving our ability to discern what we want to hear and what we do not… Just like large big commercial studios, smaller and home studios suffer from acoustical interference that can make it more difficult to mix, especially when surrounded with the sound effects and ambiance that […]

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Primacoustic Cumulus Tri-Corner Bass Traps

Primacoustic Cumulus Tri-Corner Bass Traps

Harmony Central, Phil O’Keefe  March 20, 2014 Unobtrusive and easy to install, these broadband traps make a welcome addition to practically any room. Walls and ceilings in a room tend to function as waveguides, and bass tends to build up in areas where walls join. Because of the way sound propagates within a room, corners […]

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