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Our editorial goal is to furnish authoritative advice regarding soundproofing tips for amateur DIY fans and for architects, landscape specialists, and acoustic engineers.
We explain step by step DIY projects and initiatives in different dimensions. In one article we explain how to soundproof your door, and in another one, a complete acoustic blueprint for a theater located in a noisy downtown quarter.
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In andrewmat.com we know that acoustics and soundproofing are not the primary consideration in the blueprint of an architectural project. Nobody notices any issue until the building is occupied with real people living there: until babies start to cry or until a wannabee teenage rocker becomes your neighbor. Likewise, the same issue happens in companies, where offices are deployed in large clear spaces: in one room, there is a meeting, and in the open space, employees are providing support to customers by phone.