Tag Archives: recording studio

Treating A Recording Room

Bass traps by GIK Acoustics in Lost ask studio

It’s true that most room design guidelines on the Internet – including those at GIKacoustics.com – are geared more toward listening rooms, home theaters, control rooms, or one-room studios than traditional “live rooms” or rooms in which live music performances are to be recorded. The main principles of treating a recording room, however, are not […]

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 […]

Expanding the ALPHA WOOD SERIES

EXPANDING THE ALPHA WOOD SERIES MORE OPTIONS, SIZES, AND USES   ATLANTA, GA (February 3, 2016) – Leading acoustic treatment manufacturer GIK Acoustics is proud to announce the expansion of the Alpha Wood Series to include larger panels as well as corner bass traps. GIK first introduced the Alpha Wood Series last fall with the […]

Beach House Studios

Producer John Eye recently contacted GIK Acoustics for advice in building out his 3rd studio in the Boston area. Beach House Studios is a mid sized project recording studio for tracking and mixing. Founder John Eye has over 20 years of experience recording, editing, producing, mixing, and mastering the best quality audio, film and video […]

Alter Eden in Studio Before and After Treatment

Alter Eden is an alternative rock / metal band from the Midlands in the United Kingdom. Recently the band installed GIK Acoustics Monster Bass Traps, 244 Bass Traps, and 242 Acoustic Panels in their studio which they use for both recording and mixing. Said vocalist Nick Pilgrim, “we’ve put together a before and after recording […]

The GIK Acoustics Difference

There’s a difference between a GIK Acoustics product and all others on the market. The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office issued utility patent US 9,091,060 for GIK’s unique, proprietary design of its acoustic absorbers. The patent covers the design and construction of GIK Acoustics’ 242 Acoustic Panels, 244 Bass Traps with FlexRange Technology, and Monster Bass […]

Introducing FreeStand Acoustic Panel©

GIK Acoustics announced the introduction of the FreeStand Acoustic Panel© – a new movable, lightweight absorption panel. The FreeStand Acoustic Panel© is a gobo – a movable acoustic panel – and is ideal for any room where wall mounted panels cannot be used or for rooms with multiple purposes.  For listening rooms, control rooms and home theaters, the FreeStand© is a stylish […]

New Finishes Available for Q7d Diffusor

GIK Acoustics-U.S.A. and GIK Acoustics-Europe now offer two additional color selections for our all-wood Q7d Diffusors. These 7-root well diffusors have always been available in blonde, but we now offer our customers the added choice of brown or black finishes. The Q7d Diffusor is made using high quality wood laminates which are cut using CNC […]

GIK Acoustics Scatter Plate Product Video

This video provides product information for the built-in GIK Acoustics Scatter Plate. Descriptions of size, placement and construction are presented. Many professionally designed studios, control rooms and tracking rooms utilize wooden slats along the walls. The wooden slats are installed in a mathematical sequence in front of broadband absorption to give an even balance of […]

GIK Acoustics Screen Panel Gobo Product Video

This video provides product information for the GIK Acoustics Screen Panel Gobo. Descriptions of size, color options, placement and construction are presented. A gobo refers to a movable acoustic isolation panel. Gobos are used to control the acoustical properties of a room by absorbing and diffusing sound waves to treat unwanted reverb or to separate […]