We first started producing glass wool acoustic absorbers back in the late fifties and since then we've been involved in and supported countless of research projects to study room acoustics and how it affects people. We have staff dedicated to these questions in several European countries – even India! In fact, they do nothing but study room acoustics, talk about room acoustics, discuss room acoustics and educate other people in the importance of room acoustics. They are our experts and champions when it comes to acoustic questions and you know what? They can't wait to share their knowledge and passion with you. For free! And the one thing that makes them even happier than just sharing is when you share something back or ask a question. So if you've been wondering how to deal with the fact that your teaching colleagues are slowly losing their hearing, about the ethical implication of leaving heart patients in a stressful sound environment, how to achieve a good work environment in TABS buildings or what in heaven's name sound propagation actually means, visit Acoustic Bulletin™ and join the conversations. We have dedicated this space to you.
Acoustic Bulletin's history
Our portal for room acoustic discussions, Acoustic Bulletin™, takes its humble beginning in a blog started after one of our Ecophon International Acoustic Seminar (EIAS). It was started upon request from the participants at the seminar and the posts were done whenever there were a few minutes to spare. A handful dedicated Ecophon people believed in it, saw how appreciated it was and the increasing numbers of followers, and many years later it finally had a facelift and was elevated to the status it enjoys today – our superb room acoustic knowledge-sharing hub. You can browse the ample archive on the portal or join the conversations in social media:
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