Beyond the acoustic technologies of isolated HVAC systems, vibration control of ductwork and mechanical systems, floating room-within-a-room isolation, room geometry, wall diffusion systems, moving curtains and acoustic panels there are many new electrical and audio technologies integrated into the Music Instruction Building.
Twisted conductors in heavy gauge conduit in the structural floor and the Equi-tech balanced power system will minimize electrical interference between the AC power and audio system, therefore increasing the overall dynamic range of the audio system. Audio cables travel from room to room using vibration isolated conduits between the structural and floating floor systems. In addition, a hallway access floor system connects between each room for present and future needs. Recording studio microphone panels use Signal Transport modular connector systems. To avoid possible interference from lighting systems, only remote-dimmer incandescent fixtures were used. Studio access is controlled via a secure card reader system, allowing access to the studios twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
More Studio Technology
|Aviom Headphone System||Modular Panel System|
|BSS Microphone Splitter||Patchbay Basics|
|Furman Headphone System||Z-Systems Router|