Music Rehearsal Rooms

Why build a music rehearsal room, when you could have a concert hall?


Resonator Board Ceilings

Resonator boards on the ceiling serve as selective sound guidance elements.

The elements are designed in such a way that frequencies of between 250 - 100 Hertz are absorbed by the elements. This range of frequencies is not relevant for people for hearing correctly, however music rooms allow them to appear audibly to the ear, but they are absorbed by structural resonator boards.

The mid-frequency regions primarily responsible for the human ear hearing correctly are reflected by the surface of resonators, and through the skilful arrangement of elements in the room are reflected back for the greatest part to the conductor of the orchestra. A small part of the sound is broken up on the short reverse side of the elements and is reflected back to the musicians in the room.

Mid- frequency Absorber ceilings

The mid-frequency absorbers on the ceiling are situated in the region surrounding the centrally situated selective sound guidance elements. These absorbers are optionally made of plasterboard or wooden elements perforated with holes or slits and are customised and to the user’s individual requirements profile through adjusting the size of the holes and the separation distance of the ceiling for the elements.

Guidance Element Wall

The guidance elements arranged diagonally on the side wall are arranged in such a way that these serve on the one hand to focus sound to the conductor, on the other hand these can also be used in order to remove the disturbing flutter echoes.

Open-pore Absorber Wall Elements

The open-pore absorber wall elements are usually made of a facing plaster material, which is flat and has planar cohesion for the eye. In normal cases this is designed as an absorber element effective across a broad frequency. These can be individually adjusted to the requirements of every room with specially defined wall separation and back-filling with natural fibre acoustic insulation material.

Low bass absorbers

Corner cabinets are often designed as bass absorbers. The inner side of doors are lined with acoustic foam according to the room’s requirements. The absorbers are designed as large-scale storage spaces. Amongst other things large percussion instruments can be stored in these without any difficulty.

Flexible Absorbers

Flexible Absorbers become necessary if for example large expanses of windows are present at the back of the percussion instrument region. In order to get these types of instruments acoustically under control, absorber elements with defined air volumes and damping are supplied, which can be flexibly displaced at the back of the room. Usually these elements run on a rail built into the ceiling. This guarantees quiet running and ease of moving the voluminous absorbers.

Storing Manuscript Binders

Storing music and manuscript binders cleanly and tidily is not always so easy to do. In order to help solve this problem, there are a few possibilities for storing „software“ which is not required just now. Usually systems are used in which standing shelves are arranged allocated for manuscript folders and above these for manuscripts binders. This division is installed mirrored once vertically. In the middle of this division a naming bar provides the opportunity to allocate each shelf to one musician.

AV Cabinet

Cabinet for Audio Equipment

Audio equipment is installed in almost all rehearsal rooms for recording and replaying music quickly. In order to provide the devices required with a suitable external envelope, which will protect them against dust and other environmental influences, based on our many years’ work in the area of home audio we have developed have a cabinet element which fulfils these requirements in the best possible way.

Our AV cabinet distinguishes itself through the fact that the entire device can be stored in various ways in the cabinet, and flexible cabling is possible across the entire height of the cabinet through a brushed wall on the cabinet’s back wall. The back wall is designed in such a way, that the entire cabling including the power supply can be installed behind in a variable manner. Moreover the cabinet unit can be designed with flush doors on one side of the cabinet, which can optionally be made of glass (matt or clear) or wood.


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