Sound Booths (Dave Van Valkenburg )

Subject: Sound Booths
From:    Dave Van Valkenburg  <dlv6b(at)VIRGINIA.EDU>
Date:    Fri, 26 Mar 1999 14:35:02 -0500

Dear List, I would be greatly in the debt of anyone who could provide me with information about experimental sound-proof booths. In particular, I am looking for advice about what is currently available out there, where to look (new or used), and any comments that you could offer about the effectiveness (or lack of) of booths that you may currently be using in your own labs. Please send your responses directly to me and I will submit a summary of responses to the list. thanks in advance, Dave Van Valkenburg --- /\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\ Dave Van Valkenburg /\\ 2424 Arlington Blvd /\\ /()\ \ Apt. H3 /()\ \ /____\/ \ Charlottesville, Va /____\/ \ / \ / 22903 / \ / /________\/ (804)970-2732 /________\/ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Email: dlv6b(at) \/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\\/\/ "Every note part of the large curve, so carefully patterned that for the first time I appreciated the possibilities of a mind moving ahead of the instruments in time and waiting with pleasure for them to catch up. I had never been aware of that mechanistic pleasure, that trust." Michael Ondaatje (Coming Through the Slaughter)

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