The staff at Acoustimac was very helpful and informative. They assisted us in every step of our project, from helping us calculate the number of panels needed, to tips on mounting them. The panels arrived on time and were of excellent quality. The entire church is happy with the result.
Our church has a large hall (the original sanctuary), which is being used for multi purpose functions. The problem has always been the horrible acoustics. The problems rendered it nearly unusable; spoken voice was unintelligible, recorded and live music was unpleasant, children playing could not be tolerated. Investigating solutions led us to Acoustimac.
We have installed the ECO ACM-422 panels in two of our conference rooms, and are very happy with the results. They look very nice, are easy to install, and the price is excellent.
When we built this facility in 2003, we were told that we would need to treat the acoustics of the worship center. However, due to finances, we were unable to do this and have been living with a challenging and poor acoustic environment since then.
It was indeed a privilege to do business with Sal of Acoustimac. He was so very helpful in giving the data for the space we needed to fill in our new church building. In the metal building, with sheet-rock walls inside, speaking one to the other was hardly intelligible. The music and word spoken through microphones literally bounced off the walls.
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For over a decade, Mentoring Minds has been on the cutting edge of education, publishing educational material which promotes critical thinking and lifelong learning skills students will need in the 21st Century. Director of Knowledge Management, Gavin Rasco, set out to improve the acoustics in some of their conference rooms and office spaces known to have sound reflection problems, while at the same time using inspiring imagery to enhance their space's aesthetics.
Kanji Steakhouse and Sushi chef-owner Roger Yang founded Kanji Steakhouse in 2007 and since then has earned rave reviews from publications such as the Asbury Park Press, Zagat and Currents Magazine. They pride themselves in their excellent service, tasty food and comfortable atmosphere.
Roger took on the task of improving his restaurant’s atmosphere even further by consulting with us about acoustic treatment for his restaurant in Tinton Falls New Jersey.
Joey Donovan is a professional audio visual installer, with over 25 years of experience in the Industry and long-time acoustimac customer. The customer highlighted in this case study is the 1st Baptist Church of Brandon in Brandon FL.
Mr. Donovan was tasked with improving the acoustics of their church worship hall. Donovan Audio Designs is a leading authority on acoustics and audio visual consultation in central florida with thousands of projects in his portfolio.
Michael Kolar is a studio professional with over 15 years in the Industry. Well known in the Chicago Punk scene in the mid 90’s, he’s worked with names such as George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic, as wells as Hip Hop artists such as Rhymefest, Vakill, Crucial Conflict and Juice. Soundscape Recordings is a fully equipped professional recording studio, geared with all the right amenities, equipment, and thanks to Acoustimac, studio grade acoustics.
Novogradac & Company LLP is a national certified public accounting and consulting firm, operating out of San Francisco, CA. with offices in several states. They offer audit, tax and consulting services to thousands of customers nationwide and have a long distinguished track record of service excellence. Gwendolyn Strouss, one of their administrative staff at their main office in San Francisco, (and one of my personal favorite customers to work with) was tasked with acquiring a form of custom printed acoustic treatment panel which would feature high resolution photography from several of their many projects.