WMC: November 2017
Sound and acoustics in Church
We are pleased to be able to say that Sustainable Acoustics have visited the premises and taken measurements in the Chapel.
They have been creating a computer model of the chapel and setting it up with the help of their measurements to simulate the real space.
They will use this to identify where materials will best improve the resonance and audibility of the room.
We are waiting for their report so that we can discuss the practical work which will need to be done.
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