Apartment shopping can be extremely stressful. You have a list of must-haves and deal breakers, plus a budget you have to keep to. You also never know when some other prospective renter is going to swoop in and rent that apartment right out from under you. Still, there are some things to consider before renting so you don’t end up stuck with a lease you’d like to break two days . . .
January is a great time to own a gym. Hordes of people spill in to try to uphold their New Year’s resolutions, and some may even stick around for February and beyond. However, January is also a terrible time for noise at the gym. Even a standard crowd can necessitate a desire to reduce echoes. Without good fitness center sound control, the loud music and clanking weights can actually interfere . . .
With our Custom Artwork Fabric Wrapped Panels, we have the opportunity to create beautiful pieces of functional art for our customers here at Soundproof Cow. We recently completed a custom panel project featuring a print of the iconic oil painting by Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze, entitled: “Washington Crossing the Delaware.” This painting immortalized a pivotal moment in the American Revolutionary War that took place on December 25, 1776, making Sunday the . . .
When it comes to college, there’s a time to study and a time to party. Unfortunately, your fellow students may be doing one while you need to be doing the other. You can’t request a soundproof dorm, but dorm soundproofing is something you may sorely need on those nights where you have a big test to cram for, but your neighbors are cranking the tunes and partying the night away. . . .
With the latest DC Comic character release, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we naturally want to go back and analyze the history of these superheroes. As a company sensitive and attuned to sound, Superman’s heightened sense of hearing struck a chord with us. So we rewound to 2013’s film, Man of Steel, to learn of Superman’s (played by actor Henry Cavill) character. Before Superman knew he was super, he . . .