New Level 4 Pack- Acoustic Panels Studio Foam Convoluted 2.5" X 12" X 12" Sound Tiles"Egg Crate"
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Take the guess work out of Acoustics
Hard surfaces inside the studio are the main causes of sound reflection, corners are the cause of reverb and any windows or mirrors will cause bouncing of sound.
The goal of New Level Acoustics is stopping these issues using state of the art acoustic panels.
Modular Absorption Studio Tiles
The main placement of the absorption tiles is directly next to the speakers and directly behind the listener or microphone.
When positioned properly, these acoustically-engineered studio panels provide the most accurate sound protection per square foot.
The position displayed in the image will maximize the absorption of the studio panels, helping eliminate the low frequency sounds created by the speakers
Performance Bass Traps
Bass traps are not just for bass!! This is a common misconception, they actually absorb a broadband of low to mid frequencies. This helps stop reverb in the corners of the room, which cause the most sound reflection in any room.
A great inexpensive way to clear your room of low end bass nodes
Bass traps are great for creating a divider between the ceiling and the walls, helping stop the most reverb of any absorption panel
IDEAL for smaller rooms
How Sounds Travel
This is a rough sketch of how sound travels through a room.
Podcasts and Webinars
Whether you are podcasting or hosting a Webinar, nobody likes to hear Echoes through your sounds.
Doing a video review for You Tube? Our acoustic panels will help eliminate Echo in any room of your house.
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I took a 1-inch 3-ring binder and glued the foam to its inside panels (ridged side up). Then just slide an empty microphone stand through the three rings and BAM! You have a $200 isolation shield for a fraction of the cost.
*Note: in order for the mic stand to fit through the three rings, you'll have to bend one of the ring locks down on either side. Leave the other ring lock as is. This will stop the binder from sliding all the way down the mic stand.