Acoustic consultants work with clients (architects, homeowners, developers, government officials, lawyers, and others) to control or enhance the acoustical properties of structures, spaces, and events. They can be involved in the design stage of rooms or whole buildings, in the testimony portion of a trial dealing with acoustical issues, or in the testing stage of industrial work. They can help design entire sound ssytems or troubleshoot individual electrical problems causing interference or signal loss. Whatever the job, acoustic consultants rely on their expertise with audio and audio-testing equipment to provide the data and insight necessary for the client to make informed decisions.
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