Your soundproofing isn’t complete until you’ve soundproofed your ceiling. If there’s anything on the floor above you, sound can easily travel down into your apartment, hotel room or home without adequate soundproofing. But how do you soundproof a ceiling? Your approach will vary depending upon whether you’re putting in a new ceiling or you have an existing ceiling. If it’s the latter, you’re probably interested in soundproofing a ceiling without . . .
Home theaters are becoming more and more popular these days. With the advent of streaming services and movie quality television, there’s more and more great content you can enjoy in your own home, so why not make it a theater-quality experience? If your answer is that you don’t know the first thing about designing a home theater room, fear not. Here’s a step-by-step guide to building a great DIY home . . .
You’re probably aware that different sounds have different frequencies, but what’s the difference between high and low-frequency sounds? And what about middle-frequency sounds? If you’ve been wondering about the differences between sounds of varying frequencies and how they affect you, read on. What Is Low-Frequency and High-Frequency When It Comes to Sound? When we talk about sound, we talk in terms of high and low-frequency waves. Sound waves are movements . . .
You probably remember from your science classes in school that the speed of sound is a constant. However, that constant speed is not necessarily the speed at which the sound reaches you. The material which sound is transferred through must be taken into consideration. For example, how does density affect the speed of sound? Since sound waves involve the transfer of kinetic energy between adjacent molecules, the closer those molecules . . .
In the learning field, there are many different approaches. Different people learn in different ways, and teachers may employ different styles in instructing their students. Sometimes overlooked are the many benefits of auditory learning. There are some advantages of auditory learning that other learning styles cannot capture, although they may be effective in their own ways. Here is some basic background on the different learning styles and why, in some . . .