For Red Bull’s Auckland Studio, designed by Marshal Day Acoustic Consultants, customised Fabwall 100 Cloud panels were suspended in the live rooms and above the mixing desk. Walls were treated with 150mm thick broadband/low frequency panel absorbers in a Snaptex stretched fabric finish. Asona’s Ridgline batten wall system with concealed fixings was used on the long wall of one live room for sound diffusion and as a decorative feature.
To control low frequency noise build-up in the corners of Hobsonville Point School’s music studios, Asona designed and installed bespoke corner bass traps into evenly spaced Fabwall 40 wall panels together with Asona’s Avant Theatre Black ceiling system. This was used because of the system's high sound absorption rating to control back ground noise and reverberation, aW 0.95; NRC 0.90.
In the case of Digital Post, sound engineers choose Asona’s Quad linear sound diffuser system to control and enhance musical tone quality in the mixing room. Quad is designed to provide effective diffusion across the largest range of frequencies. A series of four depth wells based on a quadratic sequence and separated by thin dividers were set out in repetition to form a base shape that acts as a reflection phase grating.