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Acoustic curtains 

Many venues, offices and studios suffer from poor acoustics. Often this is caused by sound bouncing around and around the space causing excessive echo and reverberation and can result in a very unpleasant experience for the audience and performer alike. 
 
Our acoustic curtain systems are designed to reduce unwanted echo and reverberation and improve the overall sound within the room. When mounted on tracks they can be used to tune the acoustics to suit your event. 
 
Wool serge is the fabric most commonly used, having a very good rate of absorption, particularly in the mid- and higher frequency ranges. It can also be used to line velour or other lighter fabrics. Drapes can be multi-layered and include an interlining to improve absorption. 
 
See a video of motorised acoustic curtains in operation on the "PREVIOUS INSTALLATIONS" page. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Office/Home cinema 

Many offices and home cinemas have smooth, uncovered surfaces which reflect sound back into the room. This often results in unpleasant noise levels and harsh acoustics during meetings, presentations and film viewing. Fixed or adjustable drapes can be used to dramatically reduce this problem. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Office/Home cinema 

Many offices and home cinemas have smooth, uncovered surfaces which reflect sound back into the room. This often results in unpleasant noise levels and harsh acoustics during meetings, presentations and film viewing. Fixed or adjustable drapes can be used to dramatically reduce this problem. 
 
 
 
 

Theatre/school/studio 

The acoustics in a performance space can be suitable for some acts but terrible for others. Longer reverb times can sound wonderful for a string quartet but terrible for a rock band or comedian. The ability to control these acoustics can be very useful. Many halls, large and small, use drapes to do this. When the drapes are stacked (or open), the reverb time is longer - move the drapes out to cover the walls and sound waves will be absorbed more efficiently, reducing the time taken for the reverb and echo to die away. The reverb time can be varied by setting the drapes in different positions. Drapes can also be installed in the ceiling area to act as baffles and increase absorption. 
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