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dead room

[′ded ‚rüm]
(engineering)

dead room

A room characterized by an unusually large amount of sound absorption.
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It does have its own 'dead room' which is an amazing piece of sound engineering: a soundproofed corridor, ever decreasing in size, which allows the actors' voices to sound like they are moving from outside to inside to a cupboard under the stairs.
A local doctor who had made use of the room for storage prior to the renovations taking place confirmed that it had always been known as The Dead Room.
These boards find extensive employment in recording studios and dead rooms. Many companies are involved in manufacturing these boards, thus serving numerous industries, mainly where acoustic solutions are required.
These boards find extensive employment in recording studios and dead rooms. A new research report on global acoustical fiber boards has been published by FactMR, a leading market intelligence organization.