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Mandy Kachur, Soundscape Engineering LLC partner and Principal Acoustical Consultant, was an invited speaker at the National Academy of Engineering’s international symposium series Japan-America Frontiers of Engineering, which took place earlier this year in Tokyo.

Here at Soundscape Engineering, we are always on the lookout for new products that make projects more successful. A new sound blocking window mullion trim cap is one such promising product. The product is called Mull-It-Over from Mull-It-Over Products and its sound blocking capabilities and simplicity have the acoustics community abuzz.

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For architects who don’t want to specify the ubiquitous fabric faced acoustical panels, we often recommend acoustically transparent materials in front of fiberglass. These systems can work as well as the classic fabric wrapped panel, but have an entirely different look. The facings are perforated or porous and allow sound to pass through them to the acoustical surface behind.

One porous product that may not come to mind at first is open cell stabilized aluminum foam panels, and therefore they hold unique design potential for a showcase space.