Tag Archives: acoustic treatment

Speaker Placement 201, Part Two: Using Subwoofers

In the previous article, we laid the foundation for good speaker placement by addressing imaging and soundstage concerns along with accurate bass response and combating SBIR issues. The previous article is good for people running full-range speakers. But if you have a subwoofer, or multiple subwoofers, it opens up a few possibilities for optimizing the […]

Marc Gets a PIB (Portable Isolation Booth)

Portable Isolation Booth Vocal Booth review video Marc Mozart GIK Acoustics

Marc Mozart is a mix engineer, music producer and manager/mentor. He’s also a GIK Acoustics customer and friend. Marc is the author of the best-selling mixing eBook YOUR MIX SUCKS and MIX TEMPLE templates for all major DAWs. YOUR MIX SUCKS is THE complete methodology for the entire mixing process from preparation to delivery. The […]

GIK Acoustics at 2017 NAMM Show

GIK Acoustics exhibited at the 2017 NAMM Show January 19 – 22, 2017 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA. GIK Acoustics Booth 6288 between Halls A and B This was our second appearance at The NAMM Show where we not only met face to face with customers and clients; but we brought our […]

GIK Acoustics Presents the Latest Portable Isolation Booth

Introducing the PIB (Portable Isolation Booth) ATLANTA, GA (July 12, 2016) – Leading acoustic treatment manufacturer GIK Acoustics has announced the debut of a new sound booth: the PIB (Portable Isolation Booth). Always expanding their acclaimed portfolio of acoustic treatments, GIK Acoustics introduces the PIB (Portable Isolation Booth), setting a new bar for portable isolation […]

GIK Acoustics Awarded ToneAudio Product of the Year

TONEAudio Magazine forges the link between music and high quality audio reproduction with a 50/50 balance between the two.  Their December 2012 issue contains the annual “Product of the Year” list which we are proud to be part of. Read the full review here. In the publisher’s letter, Jeff Dorgay says, “Listening to music on […]

Monitor Positioning

So you’ve got your room setup and treated, you’ve spent a ton on gear and a fantastic monitoring chain, but things still don’t sound right.  Maybe the stereo image is weird, or the low end is tubby on one side and thin on the other.  Is in the monitors?  Is it the converters?  Is in […]