Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum
Auralex Acoustics, Inc. recently provided acoustical treatment services and products for multiple rooms at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum in Cleveland, OH.
The treatments were installed in the dual theaters of the Mystery Train exhibit, the MTV Video Tree Room and the Alan Freed Radio Studio. These rooms were all treated with Auralex’s ELiTE Stretched Fabric System.
Auralex was originally contacted by Broadcast General Store, an Auralex dealer, and John Grayson, Donor Manager of the Rock aNd Roll Hall of Fame & Museum, to address the acoustical and aesthetic challenges presented by the existing treatments in the Mystery Train theaters. The Mystery Train exhibit is a two-part movie played in automated, side-by-side theaters that introduces people to the Rock Hall, the history of Rock and Roll, and the Hall of Fame itself.
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