Commercial

Creative Media Design

Creative Media Design

CMD is a post production facility, specializing in voice-over recording. Located just north of the Empire State Building, their new office boasts two mix rooms, two VO booths, two private client offices, a lounge, and a full kitchen, all to help make their clients comfortable and productive.

Crossley Acoustics had the pleasure of working with CMD from initial concept through completion. We assisted in picking the right location for their move from Flatiron to Midtown. We designed the full facility floor plan, designing their studio rooms, audio-visual system, even their kitchen. We project managed the general construction. Our team wired the facility for audio, video, and networking, and site fabricated all of the acoustic treatments.

One of the most interesting and rewarding aspects of this project was designing around the skylight in Studio A. The room had to be designed in a manner where reflections off of the 150 square feet of glass would not interfere with the mix position. Additionally, the large window had to be isolated so environmental noise would not transmit. Although these challenges were great, everyone agreed that the benefits of having such a large source of natural light in the room was worth the effort and would make the client’s space all that much more unique.

This large and impressive modern facility will provide a creative environment for CMD for years to come.

Vector Media Group

Vector Media Group

Vector Media Group is a world class web design firm located in the Flat Iron neighborhood of Manhattan. Crossley Acoustics designed a minimalist and modern room treatment plan for their conference rooms to reduce the overall reverberation time, while simultaneously improving vocal clarity. The result? Meetings and conference calls became more intelligible, focused and productive, allowing Vector to continue doing what they do best; creating stunning websites for their impressive collection of clients.

Tarisio

Tarisio

One of a kind auction house, Tarisio, sells the world’s most beautiful, one of a kind stringed instruments. When they approached us to come up with a plan to make their showroom sound more pleasing for their potential customers, we were delighted to help. Blending a combination of absorption and diffusion, we designed, built, and installed a series of custom ceiling panels which evened out the rooms response to really let their instruments shine. Tarisio holds the record for brokering the sale of the most expensive violin ever sold, the 1721 Lady Blunt Stratovarius for $15.9 million dollars.