Uniting an Artistic Community Under One Roof Villanova University’s New John and Joan Mullen Center for the Performing Arts

Villanova University in Villanova, Pennsylvania, has always had a dynamic artistic community. Until recently, however, all their...  More

New FCC Rules Dramatically Impact Use of Wireless Mic Systems

Wireless microphone systems were first invented in the 1950’s when several companies and individuals patented their own products. At that...  More

Students Recording Lectures Using Audio Note Takers and Robotic Devices

Finding quality technology to purchase for student use is often challenging for universities because what may sound like a good idea to...  More

Sound Advice

When planning or renovating your college’s fitness center, be certain to choose the right flooring, or you’ll never hear the end of it.  More

Cost Considerations in the Quest for Quiet

While architects usually concentrate on the visual and acousticians focus on sound, accountants will focus on the money. Thinking about...  More

Adding Surround Sound to Your Auditorium

One of the many uses of auditoria in higher education, in addition to holding lectures and large meetings, is to present cinema. How often...  More

Acoustics: A University’s Universal Concern

Universities have a multitude of different rooms where acoustics matter. In addition to the obvious intelligibility requirements for...  More

Through the Future of the Music Industry Through Technology

When Belmont decided to restore Columbia Studio A, the school not only wanted to keep history alive through the preservation of the room,...  More

Surrounded by Acoustics

A common drawback to the hallowed halls of many private institutes is just how hollow those halls sound. Research has shown that background...  More

The Palestra: University of Pennsylvania

In summer of 2013, we completed the renovation of the sound system at the University of Pennsylvania's Palestra. One of the most historic...  More