The Sound Transmission Class (STC) is a single-number rating of a material’s or an assembly’s ability to resist airborne sound transfer at the frequencies 125-4000 Hz. In general, a barrier with higher STC rating blocks more noise from transmitting through a partition. The STC ratings allow accurate ‘apple to apple’
building a vocal booth
When building your home recording studio one of the important factors you have to deal with is the sound transmission. To determine their soundproofing quality materials are tested for sound transmission loss values, that can be measured, and rated in a single-number rating system – Sound Transmission Class (STC). The
Many people who are starting to set up their home recording studio often get confused on what is soundproofing, and what is acoustic treatment. The materials and techniques used in soundproofing are very different from what needs to be used for acoustic room treatment. And, when you are preparing to
When building a home recording studio or a vocal booth, it is important to understand the different approaches one needs to take when tackling soundproofing and acoustic room treatment of the recording space. The first thing people do when they get into the audio recording business is purchase recording equipment.
In today’s world, the voiceover professional no longer has to worry about getting into a car, driving through traffic or even fighting for a parking space to get into a studio to do a voiceover session. In fact, all they really need is a quiet place to do the voice
VocalBoothToGo.com unveiled its innovative, mobile and affordable soundproofing VocalBoothToGo Vocal Booths and Carry-On Vocal Booth at the VoiceOver International Creative Experience Conference, organized by the VoiceActing Academy and held June 12 to 16, 2012, at the Disneyland Hotel and Resort in Anaheim, CA. VocalBoothtoGo.com’s space saving and easy-to-assemble vocal booths
If you have been reading about room acoustics, the multitude of facts may be confusing. Here are questions and answers to clear up the confusion: