Nestled between majestic mountains and the vast Pacific, Vancouver is a city of architectural marvels and vibrant urban life. Every corner of this bustling metropolis, from its modern skyscrapers to historic neighborhoods, has unique acoustic needs.
So, how exactly do acoustic panels work? Let's start with the basics: sound is made up of waves that travel through the air. When these waves hit a surface, such as a wall, some of the sound energy is absorbed by the material and the rest is reflected back into the room. This reflection can cause echoes and reverberation, which can make it difficult to hear speech or music clearly.