As different music related venues have different, specific purposes, they should be treated with a Kvadrat Acoustics solution as individual as the venue. Spaces created for music, often include particular frequency band absorption. This is usually either low frequency, as an addition to a broad range of porous absorbers, or using thicker absorbers, or membranes or diffusers reflecting some high-frequency energy.
- A concert hall, or theatre will usually benefit from more absorption, while classical venue or rehearsal room will need more diffusivity than absorption.
- Music studios also benefit from a lot of absorption, with great focus on low frequencies and proper broadband absorption placement, according to speakers or microphones. But it is also important to consider ambience of the space.
- For concert halls, a calculation of distribution patterns that goes beyond placing absorbers across the space, is required.
- Cinemas will require a particular combination of broadband absorption and low-frequency absorption to achieve the optimal sound for a cinematic experience. A solution with a great amount of extended broadline overall, and low-frequency absorption on the ceiling sides and back walls should be considered.
- When it comes to music, subjective standards like taste, as well as objective considerations like furniture, are important.