The Spoken Word
The Message is Loud and Clear
Your audience is attentive, your message is important, but is it being well received? The delivery point affects everything. From the orator’s position, look outward towards the receiving
area. This is the sound field where the dynamics of acoustics and energy converge. Live streaming expands your audience but requires clear, crisp unadulterated communication often times
intermixed with music.
Sound traveling properly to the listener is your goal, but consider another factor; air safety. Most commonly used acoustical panels include dangerous fiberglass or other minerals
wool materials which migrate through fabric panels becoming airborne contaminants.
Consider the option of a superior, yet affordable solution.
QuietGreen Technologies has extensive experience creating ideal surroundings to express the spoken word by creating effective acoustically-sound environments using safe, non-fiberglass materials.
Quiet Green Technologies successfully integrated ecologically safe, non-fiberglass acoustical materials throughout this magnificent center of the spoken word.
As expressed in this letter from the church Edler and Construction Manager, these acoustical aspects proved to be as important as the visual beauty of the unique architecture.
The Tampa Covenant Church project incorporated QuietGreen Technologies unique eco-acoustical system in the main theatre, pulpit, ceilings, hallway, entry and meeting rooms. Despite the extensive use of stone, marble and other sound-disrupting materials, proper acoustical applications created an ideal result. Simulcasting of the spoke work is clearly transmitted, and local parishioners benefit from perfect sound with no risk of fiberglass deterioration of airborne contamination.