Congratulations to Technical Audio Services, Inc. for winning Novawall’s Project of the Month for August 2020. The winning submission is Citizens Studio in Nashville, Tennessee.
Originally, WWNC Radio Broadcasting Studio, it was designed and installed absorption, and diffusion to convert to a recording control room. The WWNC, call letters to stand for, Wonderful Western North Carolina sign on the air on February 21, 1927, as Asheville’s first radio station. It was at the WWNC Radio Broadcasting Studio where the world heard for the first time Bill Monroe, the “Father of Bluegrass.”
The WWNC project incorporated; compressed fiberglass, wooden diffusers, Novaspan Crème fabric, and one-inch Novawall track system. One of the unique elements of this project was; keeping the 1930’s era soffits, lighting, and flooring. The completed project consisted of over 1700 square feet of Novawall on walls and the ceiling using one piece of fabric and no seams.
Key members for this project include; project manager and Installer, David Rochester, for Technical Audio Services, Inc., an architectural firm, Treatments and Design T.A.S.
Completed in 3 weeks, Technical Audio Services is very proud of this impressive install. Marrying both creativity with form and functionality. This studio looks and sounds FANTASTIC!
Congratulations again to David Rochester and the entire Technical Audio Service team!