10 Minute Challenge at Education Expo Seminar

Posted: 15 Jan 2015

Black Cat Acoustics will be demonstrating their new STUDIOBRICKS Sound Isolation cabin at Music Education Expo 2015.

In a "10 minute Challenge" a two-man team will build the new sound cabin from 'flat-pack' components during the Black Cat Music acoustics seminar as the clock counts down from ten minutes to zero.  Demonstrating how quick and easy assembly of a STUDIOBRICKS Sound Isolation Cabin can be, the new cabin is just one tool in Black Cat's seminar to de-mystify some of the technical jargon and present practical solutions for dealing with unwanted noise problems in schools.

Scheduled to start at 10.15am in Seminar Theatre 2 on March 13th 2015, acoustic specialists fom sponsors Black Cat Music and MusicPracticeRooms.com will talk through common noise problems experienced in schools and how they can be remedied.

And if the prospect of this important learning experience and 10 minute challenge is not enough, Black Cat Music is providing free coffee and pastries!

Music Education Expo is the UK's largest conference and exhibition for music teachers.  Hosted in four conference theatres, the 2015 conference programme will feature more than 50 high-quality professional development sessions designed for primary, secondary and instrumental/vocal music teachers.  The event takes place at The Barbican's Exhibition Hall 2 in London on 12th and 13th March 2015.

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Teresa Rogers
Black Cat Music
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England

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