Vicoustic has announced that acclaimed Studio Designer Jan Morel has selected Vicoustic Acoustic Treatment for the design of Top DJ and Producer Martin Garrix’s new studio.
Martin Garrix is listed #3 in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ list from October 2015 and best known for his break through Track „Animals“ from 2013 which rose to the top-ten position in over ten countries. In 2015 he started all over with a new business setup and continues his top level career with bookings all over the world, new released tracks and top cooperation partners like David Guetta, Afrojack and others.
Jan Morel is the first call studio designer and pro audio consultant. He is a leading expert in complete studio designs and known for always selecting the right gear and best acoustic treatment for his clients.
Martin Garrix approached Morel with the wish that he wanted his new place equipped and treated in the best way possible. Jan Morel got to work, measured the room to find out what suits best in design and sound. Then he selected and used the panels he personally liked and created some new and unique combinations like stand alone bass traps in Garrix’s studio.
Martin Garrix is super excited and finds his new place „looking extremely beautiful and great sounding!“.
The panels used by Jan Morel for this design are all standard Vicoustic Acoustic Products:
- Vicoustic FlexiWave in the ceiling
This acoustic panel is ideal for treating ceilings The frame is made of wood, available in black, white, or a natural wood finishes. The panel is fit with acoustic foam, covered with premium fabric that comes in 8 different colors.
- Vicoustic Cinema Round Premium in the walls and ceiling
Combining discrete, modern design with maximum acoustic efficiency, Cinema panels are commonly used to control sound reflections and excess reverberation in all kinds of rooms, helping to maximize the acoustic performance of the listening space.
- Vicoustic MultiFuser Wood in the walls
Made from solid wood, this new diffuser is perfect for use in venues such as concert halls, hi-fi rooms and recording studios, where effective diffusion is often required, without too much absorption occurring at the same time. With its striking angled surface it features changing reflection techniques (a result of the angled surface).