When it comes to sound, there is a distinct difference between acoustic and soundproofing. Soundproofing is all about sound insulation and has nothing to do with treating the acoustics of a room. The aim of soundproofing techniques is to make the space “quieter”. On the other hand, sound processing is a way to make better sounding recordings inside a room by controlling sound reflections.
When used in combination with Echsorbix acoustic panels, acoustic foam can help reduce echo and reverberation. However, if you work with acoustic foam panels or other acoustic treatment materials, their irregular position can damage the stereo image.