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In this section we’ll add photos of some of our works in progress, along with explanations of what the products are being used for, and some details of the rooms they are destined to be used in (where possible). An informal ‘what we’re building as we work through orders’ section.. which will hopefully be of help so customers can see different fabric colours / types of product, & ideas of what’s possible.
Finshed ‘open’ design diffuser cover fitted to a BF-
This diffuser cover is based on a qrd sequence, and provides both spacial and temporal diffusion, whilst allowing mid and low frequencies to pass through the gaps between the ‘slats’.
These were a bit of an experiment based on well founded principles, but the client
(pro mixer) was very happy with them and noted that they controlled the low end well
They’re a product that we’d like to offer as a standard ‘cover’ for corner and wall mounted traps, but finding a solution to make them cost and time effective to build is the challenge.
A lovely look and effective design though..
These are being built to replace some standard 2ft wide corner traps in front corners
(behind speakers) as an upgrade to maximise absorption below 50hz. The BF-
Full Room Kit in construction for a production / mixing home studio in London.
I’ve included the original rooms plans we did for this room below, to show layout of treatments etc..
Ideally, due to the modal response (below 50hz problems) BF-
This is the full email we got back from the customer once he’d got it all set up..
“Sorry I've not been in touch sooner -
Suffice as to say it's a total winner.
Been slowly getting it all figured out -
The piano took a bit of messing around with -
Can't tell you how stoked I am. Dave too -
Finished 5 LED Lighting cloud for DWB Music Ltd (hit making production team -
This cloud has 2 x 2ft x 4ft x 4” deep filled absorber panels (ie.. 2 x BF-
The real wood / varnished frame edges are perforated (machined using a router for a perfect finish) to increase performance of the cloud (ie stop the frame edges being reflective, and increase available surface area to maximise absorption).
The lights are wired up to give various combinations of lighting option -
The lights can be hooked up to a simple / readily available wireless remote control for control of the lighting options.
Comes PAT tested / certified by an electrician.
We’ve made various types of these lighting clouds -
Below is a close up of a frame perforation on a natural beeswax finished cloud..
3 Room Studio treatment for Bromsgrove School recording studio.
This job came about as we’d designed and built the treatments for the domestic hi-
The room treatment design was based on on site room tests, and the majority of the treatment was custom made to fit the rooms.
The students at the school are now making far more use of the facilities, and are
enjoying being in the studio to aid education, and for recreation -
3 of 10 x BF-
We’ll be adding more as we work through orders..
Client Room photo of BF-
Customer comment :
The panels are working really well and the colour is perfect.
Thank you for your time
9th October 2014
Acoustic treatments for a pro mixer’s home studio (addition to existing absorber panels).
Comprising 2 x custom height BF-
Fabric is Cara Lora.
October 2014 (customer comments to follow..)
2 Lighting Channel + 3 absorber (BF-
Wood finish is French Oak. White (Vit) Cara fabric for panels.
10 x LED lights pre-
Customer comments : “It all looks superb -
Customer comments : “Brief listen sounds great. Better stereo imaging and a much rounder and more controlled bass end! Thanks!” Paul February 2015
Also shown are some of the rest of the treatments specified for this professional
studio control room. These being BF-
Customer comments : “As soon as I put the BF-
31 x BF-
These were installed to help control excessive reverb times and improve speech and music intelligibility.
Wall mounted using a split batten rail system.
Customer Comments : “Received the panels all safe and sound, got them all up in a
day – the batten idea made mounting them dead easy and it gives you the ability to
easily align the panels. Only a few people have seen them so far but they all say
how good they look. I did some before/after measurements with a Rt60 meter. According
to my calculations I was expecting 0.4-
I’m especially pleased with the results as I was only allowed to put them on 1 wall, rather than spreading them across pairs of walls.