bass trap


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bass trap

[′bās ‚trap]
(engineering acoustics)
Any device used in a sound-recording studio to absorb sound at frequencies less than about 100 hertz.
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The room has acoustic wall padding and a raised bass trap for further seating to experience the allround sound system - and it's all controlled by an iPad, which comes as part of the room.
and its founder Arthur Noxon are still passionate about bringing studio-quality sound to the masses three decades after he invented the world's first portable bass trap.
What Noxon, 70, did was experiment with fiberglass insulation and wire mesh to create the TubeTrap, the world's first portable bass trap.
The product belongs to a class of acoustic treatments called a membrane bass trap.
For the casual fan there are some surprises among the B-sides on disc two - Three Sunrises is a huge guitar fest, though Bass Trap and Everlasting Love just seem overly indulgent.
Cost: $500 for a TubeTrap bass trap that controls low-frequency sound build-up in a small room, up to $50,000 for an entire studio
As a rule of thumb, omni-directional low frequency energy tends to reside in the corners of the room, so placing bass traps from ceiling to floor in all the corners is your safest bet.
Addressing these issues with absorption panels, diffusors and bass traps will drastically improve your sound.
Jones makes abstract work using paint, sound, and audio equipment such as acoustic panels and bass traps.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) allows black sea bass traps north from Martin County on the east coast (shore to three miles) and Sarasota County on the west (shore to nine miles), but the regulations clearly specify them as traps, not pots.
The South Atlantic regulations for pots actually allow for slightly larger sizes than Florida's black sea bass traps.
In the same room, Jones's series of prints made with scans of double-ball bass strings will invoke synesthesia, and her paintings and sculptures using acoustic panels and bass traps will subliminally orient viewers to the physicality of sound.