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Your message is important and needs to be heard and felt by congregants. Whether it is the sermon, the worship music or a video presentation, intelligibility and control of the sound are paramount. Houses of worship are often large, cavernous rooms made from hard surfaces such as concrete, plasterboard, gypsum, tiled floor, expansive windows and… Read More
A multi-purpose room includes a small gymnasium, meeting space or even the mixed demands of a non-worship space within a House of Worship. These require that the room be flexible and versatile. What may be a ‘crying room’ during the service could be a study area, a small group meeting area or a counselling setting during… Read More
For the most part, T-Bar ceilings are the standard in today’s offices and boardrooms. This is both good news and bad news. The good news is that the size of the panel follows a standard that make them easily replaceable. The bad news is that these panels are not very effective at controlling echo and… Read More
Your message is important and needs to be heard and felt by the congregation. Whether it is the sermon, the worship music or a video presentation, intelligibility and control of the sound are paramount. More often than not, Houses of Worship are large, cavernous rooms that are filled with hard surfaces such as tile, hardwood,… Read More
People attend a house of worship to be inspired, supported and provide answers to their life questions. In a traditional choral based, non-amplified setting, the demands on the acoustical performance of a space can be at odds with each other. While the music requires a lush, reverberant treatment, the spoken word can often be lost… Read More