Artnovion Introduces New Sound Absorption Products

Artnovion, a Portuguese acoustic treatment specialist distributed in the UK by Audio-Technica, has introduced Orion and Antares sound absorption material.

Artnovion said Orion is an array of absorbers that create areas with a distinct acoustic response, each calibrated to work at a certain frequency range. The panel’s performance begins at 315Hz and offers even absorption to 3150Hz.

Using Helmholtz-style absorption techniques boosts mid-low and mid range absorption, while the open areas of the panel are enough to ensure high-frequency control.

Designed for studios, where each surface is critical, the new Orion panels have been created to enable producers and engineers to maximize the sonic potential of their recording space.

Artnovion’s new Antares absorber is the latest addition to studio designer Jan Morel’s signature product lineup. The tapered slots of the panel create balanced mid-range absorption, while the panels’ deceptively large absorption area guarantees high performance, high frequency absorption.

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