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What is Architectural Acoustics

Architectural acoustics is the science and engineering of achieving a good sound within a building and is a branch of acoustical engineering.

Different shapes of halls directly affect how the sound behaves within them, the finishing materials used have significant effect on the acoustics too.

The combination of these two main factors will not only result in various interior designs, but endless and complicated variations of how the hall sounds.

Architectural acoustics is concerned with improving the sound in rooms where you want to reduce the noise in a recording studio; improve the design of a schools to make speech more intelligible, or put acoustic treatments on walls to make music in a concert hall sound better.