Why do Flex’ products absorp bass sounds?
Professional musicians survive playing their music under almost any condition. And they can do it well. That does not imply however, that they necessarily enjoy it. It’s simply more fun when a quarter note sounds like a such rather than a half or a sixteenth note …
An anonymous survey among Danish pop and rock musicians showed, that at least 35% refrain from returning to venues with acoustics they deem unsatisfactory. Of course similar trend would apply for classical musicians as well.
The acoustics play such a big part: does the hall treat your music in a way so that you can get your musical message through? Can you play all tempos effortlessly? Do you feel connected with your instrument and with your colleagues? With the audience?
Sound engineers tend to agree: acoustics is an important factor second maybe only to the musician and his/her sound, in the long chain of parts that play a role in the overall sound quality of an amplified concert.
They too survive anything – and sometimes unexpected miracles happen – but in some cases inadequate acoustics lead to unsatisfactory sound quality and an often undesirable mix.
A short bass reverberation time is what makes a venue great for amplified music. This is a scientifically proven fact. But it needs to be longer for classical music.
“I have a big passion and love for music, having lived from playing it for 15 years. My mission every day for the last 10 years though has been to give audiences, musicians, music teachers and pupils optimal sound quality at every performance within any musical genre. I did so by developing the aQflex and aQtube technology. I think and hope you will agree once you hear it. I also wrote a book for people who design the acoustics in halls for music, based on what I found out that musicians and sound engineers like acoustically.
Different musical genres need different acoustical conditions to sound and feel good, and this is now possible to obtain in the same hall to a new much more satisfactory standard by this new variable acoustic variation method.
It works in a musical manner. Why?
– because it acts at all the fundamental frequencies of musical instruments equally well when activated
– because it leaves a lively and crisp treble very audible proven to make you express dynamics much easier.
Pop & rock musicians will enjoy acoustics with clarity and definition even at bass frequencies while their classical music colleagues will benefit from sufficiently lively acoustics supporting their tone, still without lacking clarity.
Friends – I can only hope that you will back-up this mission. The invention and all the time, money and effort I’ve put into it, is a love letter to music, life and humanity.”