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Master Handbook of Acoustics, Sixth Edition, 6th Edition by Ken C Pohlmann, F. Alton Everest

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CHAPTER 18

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Sound Isolation: Windows and Doors

Windows are a functional necessity in most rooms, including those in acoustically sensitive facilities. Glass establishes visual communication between two rooms that may be essential for the task at hand. For example, a recording engineer in a control room must be able to immediately see what musicians are doing in the studio. Occasionally, although many acousticians might not be enthusiastic, a studio owner may want a large window in an exterior studio wall to permit a scenic view.

However, for example, if a window is placed in the wall between a control room and studio, or in a wall facing loud outdoor ...

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