We studied the acoustics of a music practise room that had too much reverberation and sounded too harsh
for musical practice, causing fatigue and discomfort in the music players musicians.

With the use of an acoustic model, it was possible to predict the acoustics of the space as well
as the visual aspects of the room. Using the absorbers and diffusers, it was possible to
reduce the reverberation time down to 0.8 s and increase intimacy and sound spatiality among musicians.

In addition to the 3D acoustical model, we also provided renderings to predict the interior design of the room.