Acoustic Measurements at St Bartholomew-the-Great Church

Arthur of ALN Acoustic Design is collaborating with James Weaver, a PhD student at Queen Mary University who is working on a thesis on the effects of different acoustic environments on the performance of music. In his experiment, musicians will be asked to play in a specialized test facility in[…]

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Wine bar full of customers

Dialling Down the Noise in Restaurants

The fundamental thing that makes many restaurants so noisy also happens to be the same thing they totally depend on: being full of customers. Its therefore unsurprising that noise levels are not considered to be a high priority by many business owners. However, when it comes to long-term viability, restaurants[…]

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DJ and people dancing at Jamm Brixton

Brixton Jamm

Over the years Brixton Jamm has made a name for itself as one of the top music venues in South London. Packed out audiences are regularly entertained by internationally acclaimed artists and emerging talent alike. The diverse programme of bands and DJs spans a broad range of musical genres, and[…]

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Underground site to be developed into the Livesey Exchange

Livesey Exchange – Old Kent Road Studios

1290m2 of vacant garages on the Ledbury Estate on the Old Kent Road in South London is to be transformed into recording studios, workshops, kitchens and an event space for the use of the local community. The project aims to provide opportunities for cultural programmes, training and employment, and to[…]

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