Why haven’t I received any emails confirming my order or shipping yet?

Check your spam box. You should receive an from us confirming your order and then another one when your order ships with tracking information. If you have any questions regarding your order, feel free to contact us.

How long will it take for my order to arrive?

We will process and ship your order within 24 hours upon receiving your order (excluding Sundays and holidays. Your order will be shipped via Check me out (LBC), Yey Express, 2GO, AP Cargo and Flash Cargo for heavier and larger shipments such as Acoustic Foams.

Do you ship outside the Philippines?

Yes! We ship anywhere in the world, but please be advised that you are responsible for your country’s customs fees and delays. Please send us an email so we can send you best Shipping Rates and Options possible. For larger and heavier shipments, it will be practical for us to use LCL or Full Container via cago forwarders.

How does your Acoustic Treatment Works and What is the Difference between Acoustic Treatment and Sound Proofing?

Our Acoustic Treatment foams work by reducing reverberation, echo and standing waves. Absorbing materials such as our acoustic foams do not stop sound from leaking out of the room and you would still need to consider to totally seal doors and windows, as this is where most sound transmission occurs. Once all possible transmissions were sealed, then you can use our foams to control the sounds from coming out.

Acoustic tiles, for example, will cut down the ‘liveness’ of the room making it more suitable for performing music, recording music and even listening to music.

Soundproofing is a process of isolating of the room from its outside world. It also reduces sound leakage between rooms. So, for example, if you have two recording rooms together you will need sound proofing to reduce Studio X being affected by Studio Y.

Acoustic foams will improve room isolation but only very slightly. To be able to sound proof properly involves a lot of work and a lot of cost. To gain perfect sound isolation you ideally need to build a room inside a room.

This can be very expensive but there are some cheap and easy solutions that can improve sound isolation and reduce sound leakage. First it is a good idea to totally seal doors and windows, as this is where most sound transmission occurs. During our ocular survey, we will check the room for any areas that you may need to seal such as doors and windows.

The purpose of acoustic foam is to reduce reverberation time and to generally improve the acoustics of the room. By installing products our products such as acoustic tiles (egg crate, pyramid, flat , wedge designs and bass traps, recordings are defined and tight instead of having way too much color in and out of the control room.

Acoustic treatment is also needed in a room where mixing is going to take place. If the room has too much echo and too long a reverberation time mixes will be out of time and poorly judged.

How Much Acoustic Treatment Should I Use?

This is a very difficult question to address. This is because every room or facility is different. Here are few things that we consider during our ocular inspection.

o The size of the room which has a direct relationship to the acoustics of the room.

o The construction of the room can affect the way certain frequencies are heard.

o The use of the room determines how much treatment and of what sort is necessary.

o The style of music influences what acoustic treatment has to be installed, whether it be mainly bass trapping or mid to high-frequency absorption.For high frequency sounds such as drum sets on a studio will require us to use our Pyramid and Wedge Design Foams.

o How much space there is available on the walls and ceiling for acoustic treatment controls which products would need to be used.

In general, most rooms will need between Twenty Five (25%) to Seventy Five (75%) of coverage. This is only for the walls and ceiling. Covering the ceiling is just as important when it comes to treating a room as the walls.