When I started my career, it was a challenge just to explain to investors, how my services would affect their rooms or places of business. In over twenty years many things have changed for the better, but I still notice how bad acoustics makes it hard to have a conversation in a bar, of how nobody dares to move in a gallery since every sound is too loud. How residents still complain about hearing everything the neighbours do. Audiophiles still spend thousands of dollars on cables instead of first taking care of the most basic thing affecting the sound – the room you are sitting in. Classrooms, where you cannot understand the teacher or classrooms where you would need sound suppressors, are practically useless.
Suitable acoustics is necessary for every room where we want to have good living or work environment or we want to have the best listening experience possible.