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Changing a Large Film Production Studio into a TV Studio
In this paper, the process of changing a film production studio into a television studio is presented. The acoustic problems found, from the points of view of insulation and conditioning, and the solutions designed, are explained. The special characteristics of the television studio (e.g., large volume, doors with large surfaces, etc.) require specific acoustic design solutions.
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