Black Cat Music sister company, has launched a slick new web site. gets straight to the point with a list of benefits and quick links to three popular areas of application for sound isolation rooms.

• Schools and Colleges
• Music recording studio rooms
• Home practice rooms

For music teachers, artists and recording engineers interested in the concept of sound isolation rooms to provide both a pleasant acoustic environment in which to practice, rehearse and record, as well as containing the noise to the benefit of others nearby, then the video interviews provide great insight and endorsement. Learn of the successful experiences of how existing users have not only solved previous noise pollution problems, but also made greater use of their space, accommodated more musicians and run more classes.

There is plenty of technical data here too including specifications and example floor plans, plus news, case studies and contact links to request a quotation. And if you are not ready right now and want to keep informed of new developments, then you can follow on Twitter or sign up for a quarterly email newsletter.