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Scott Underwood of Train Installs GIK Acoustics Panels

GIK Acoustics with Scott Underwood of Train

ALL ABOARD WITH TRAIN Train Drummer Scott Underwood Treats Studio With GIK Acoustics’ Products ATLANTA, GA (May 30, 2012) – Musician Scott Underwood, percussionist for the Grammy® award-winning band Train, has recently installed GIK Acoustics’ products for acoustics solutions in his studio. In a statement by Mr. Underwood he expressed his appreciation. “Drumming for Train […]

Positioning the Listening Spot

When positioning the listening spot, people often ask if they should face the long wall or the short wall.  In this video we examine each setup and show why the facing the short wall is the better option. Why do we recommend facing the short wall? The answer can get rather complex; but in short, […]

Temporary Treated Living Room

Zalan Schuster is back with an educational video illustrating how to temporary acoustics can be employed to treat a room without mounting panels to ceilings or walls. Listen to the sound difference between temporary treated and untreated acoustic room. Zalan Schuster is a GIK Acoustics dealer from Bratislava, Slovakia. Tel.: +421 905 616 440 zalansch@hotmail.com […]

Shelly Williams Named Marketing Director

GIK ACOUSTICS WELCOMES SHELLY WILLIAMS AS MARKETING DIRECTOR ATLANTA, GA (May 10, 2012) – GIK Acoustics is proud to announce and welcome Shelly Williams as its new Marketing Director. Ms. Williams will be responsible for product announcements, public relations and promotional outreach for GIK Acoustics U.S. and GIK Acoustics Europe. GIK Acoustics President Glenn Kuras […]

GIK Acoustics Releases Scopus Tuned Traps

GET TUNED! ATLANTA, GA (March 13, 2012) – GIK Acoustics this week released the new Scopus Tuned Trap, specially designed for controlling lower frequencies within rooms. The GIK Scopus Tuned Trap takes low end control to a new level in three options that cover 30 Hz to 135 Hz with maximum targeted absorption incorporating a […]

Comparing Acoustic Foam to GIK 244 Bass Traps – Test Analysis

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Acoustic Foam Bass Trap  VS. GIK Acoustic’s 244 Bass Trap Panel A question we’re often asked is the difference between FOAM and RIGID FIBERGLASS. Acoustic foam is cheap and readily available just about everywhere, especially online which is why so many flock to it as the go-to solution for addressing room acoustics. The truth of […]

GIK Acoustics 242 Acoustic Panel Product Video

Video highlights the 242 Acoustic Panel. Product description, construction, design and mounting options. The GIK Acoustics 242 Acoustic Panel is professionally manufactured for a sharp and crisp appearance just like the 244 Bass Trap. Ideally mounted at first and secondary reflection points in a room the 242 Acoustic Panel has the same equal absorption as […]

GIK at AES 2011

In October 2011, GIK Acoustics exhibited at the 131st AES Convention in New York City. Here is an interview conducted by Indie Ambassador with GIK Acoustics founder Glenn Kuras. Glenn discusses how GIK Acoustics customize products and services to meet clients needs: everything from GIK ArtPanels to custom size panels to personal acoustic advice. Indie […]