To acoustically treat an environment it is necessary to create what we call “a box in a box”, a structure that is built into a space to guarantee an acoustic isolation based on the final use of the room.
The room is equipped with an air exchange system that doesn’t allow the exit of the sound. To create this adequate microclimate we use mufflers, that also guarantees a very low level of noise in the room itself.
Once the structure is up, the next step is the inner architecture and acoustics of the room, based on the final use of it: rehearsal room, radio, control room or mastering room.
The traditional approach to this kind of work involves very long construction time (starting from a minimum of a month). It’s not the only disadvantage: often when the structure is not needed anymore the disposal costs for the kind of material used are very high.