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Sound of Worship by Doug Jones

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NOISE AND ISOLATION

 

CHAPTER OUTLINE

Noise Criteria

Transmission Loss

Sound Transmission Class

Impact Isolation Class

 

Noise is a problem that every church must deal with regardless of its worship style or form. Noise is basically unwanted sound. It is important to realize that the definition of noise includes a subjective component. Noise is unwanted sound. Noise can be any sound that intrudes on someone's space. It can be sound that in another context may be deemed desirable. Noise can originate outside a structure or from within. It can be a by-product of the congregation itself. In any case, in all styles of worship we looked at in the previous section, unwanted sound will always be viewed as a hindrance. Unlike other aspects of acoustics, ...

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