Halls and Worship Space Soundproofing

Halls and Worship Space Soundproofing

Due to their unique nature and specific acoustic needs, temples, churches and other types of larger spaces require unique attention when it comes to sound and acoustic settings. Many of these rooms are shaped irregularly, causing sound reflections and noise control issues, all of which we can help with. Unique building materials, glass and windows, and other attributes also contribute to the unique situations temples, churches, and schools have to deal with when it comes to acoustics and soundproofing. 

Look at some of our past projects as an example of a place that can be acoustically transformed while visually almost intact.

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Acoustic Treatment Demonstration

In this video New York Soundproofing demonstrates the dramatic difference before - and after - installing our acoustic panels. This acoustic treatment project was at the Galaxy Visuals video studio - a state-of-the-art video studio in Brooklyn, NY.

The video room was turned from acoustically unusable to sounding exceptional! 

When our clients moved into the space, there was so much echo they couldn't do any video shoots with decent sound, or even understand each other speak.

New York Soundproofing to the rescue! We installed acoustic panels that matched the space and could fit in an area that is outside of the camera frame for a fantastic result.

This is only one example of many where we transform an unusable space into a great-sounding room fit for recording, listening and more. 

Contact us today to see how we can help transform your space!

(Also see Galaxy's client testimonial video below).

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