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When a sound is made in a room, it will reflect off the walls, floor and ceiling resulting in the listener hearing many delayed versions of the sound, one on top of the other. This makes the sound heard appear louder and can make it sound less clear, especially with speech. Controlling this build-up of sound is dependent on the building type and use of the space - for Instance, a music venue will require different acoustic treatment than an office building.

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We are currently in the process of assessing products for this category. Acoustics Academy is a brand-new online platform by Quiet Mark to further equip and empower architects, designers and specifiers with a specialist guide to expertly verified leading acoustic solutions organised for every building application area to support responsible acoustic design. We are constantly verifying and adding new awarded products each week from new and existing global manufacturers.

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Glossary of Acoustic Terms

The Acoustics Academy Glossary of Acoustics Concepts & Parameters