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ADA Acoustics & Media Consultants GmbH

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Room and Building Acoustics, Noise Control,
Sound System, Audio and Video design, Sound reinforcement
Measurement, Consulting and Reports

ADA Acoustics & Media Consultants GmbH

After the defeat of the German division, and upon meeting the objective requirements, the engineering firm ADA Acoustic Design Ahnert was initially founded with two colleagues. From day one, the software program EASE, which was at that time still DOS-based, was available. As a result, the feasibility of room- and electro-acoustic designs could be efficiently verified. Large projects during the early 90s, such as the planning of a new sound reinforcement system for the German Opera (Deutsche Oper) in Berlin, supported the start-up phase.


A similar experience was gathered during the reconstruction of the Plenary Assembly of the Parliament in Ankara, where in 1996, for the first time, a fingerprint system for the identification of the Members of Parliament was introduced, which is still in operation in its original form till today. The number of awarded contracts in the country and abroad was then increasing as well as the number of employees. In 2010, the activities profile of the sole-property company ADA Acoustic Design Ahnert was transferred to ADA Acoustics & Media Consultants GmbH. Major tasks are still ahead of our team, such as the extensive Al Maktoum International Airport, which is currently under construction and is intended in its first construction phase to serve around 120 million passengers per year.

ADA - a subsidiary of WSDG
 

Walters-Storyk Design Group | WSDG

Walters-Storyk Design Group | WSDG, a globally active engineering company, is your contact for all aspects of acoustics and system integration in construction projects, especially consulting, planning and engineering for architectural integration, room, building and electroacoustics, communication, audio-video systems, Information systems, music production and entertainment venues. Our clients' projects include cultural, conference and congressional venues, multimedia rooms, music and media production and broadcasting facilities, transportation hubs, sports venues, gastronomy, educational institutions, churches and many other types of projects. In addition to pure technical planning, WSDG also takes part in strategic processes, compiles submission documents, supervise installations, carries out acoustic measurements, evaluations and programming, and supports projects from the planning, construction and acceptance phases to the training of end-users. more ...

Frauenkirche Dresden, Germany

Dresden - Germany 1992 - 2005

Reconstruction of the church
Room acoustics and sound reinforcement system design 


Building Director: Dombaumeister Eberhard Burger
Church construction administration of the Frauenkirche: Thomas Gottschlich, senior architect

ADA scope of services:
Electroacoustics: Design to execution supervision
Room acoustics: consultations

Project data:

  • Start of planning: 1992 
  • Completion: 2005
  • Scope of performed services Electroacoustics: approx. € 0.4 million

The church was completely reconstructed. It was important to note that the surviving contemporaries of the church were said to have very good acoustic characteristics. By means of old organ recordings before the destruction in the 2. World War and using computer simulations, the later measured acoustic characteristics could already be determined by late 90's, thus still in the building phase, see interior model:

Innenraummodell


In the church there are a total of 2 Intellivox DS-280 digitally controlled line arrays in the floor and 34 Intellivox DS-115 covering areas in the galleries (both types of DURAN Audio - Holland) and two subwoofers at the height of the prayer rooms: these digitally controlled, at that time modern, line arrays have been largely hidden in stainless steel housings and can be perceived  as ventilation outlets.


 

Building acoustics, of course, had to meet the requirements of our modern times, since noise immission protection is required by law and corresponding disturbing external and internal noise sources were less available in earlier times: It was especially with the doors, windows, ventilation systems etc. respected. Also, a separation of the tower climbing path from the interior had to be done by glazing in the upper dome.

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