Acoustic Treatment

Wootton New Life Church is a growing, lively Methodist church at the heart of the village of Wootton in Bedfordshire. The traditional rectangular church building for many years had a suspended ceiling which was looking tired, so the church decided to open up the whole space and redecorate. Unfortunately...
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Sound System for Plymouth Cathedral

Since 1850 The Cathedral Church of Saint Mary and Saint Boniface in Plymouth has been the seat of the Bishop of Plymouth and mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Plymouth, which covers the counties of Cornwall, Devon and Dorset. APi Sound & Visual were asked to make improvements to the antiquated sound system.
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Sound System for St Andrews Tiverton

St Andrews is an Anglican Church in the Catholic tradition of the Church of England, located in the Devon town of Tiverton. The congregation were enduring intermittent reception issues with the radio microphone equipment
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Good Things For Those Who Wait…

Sometimes it takes a little longer to finish the job but the end result is worth it. This has been the case for APi’s Communication’s longest running project to date. Back in April 2012 we were approached by St Michaels Church, Alphington, Exeter to specify a sound and projection
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All Saints, Clifton

All Saints Church in the Clifton area of Bristol is of 1960s modernist design with large areas of glass and concrete, making it probably the most reverberant church we have ever worked with.
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St Leonards Church, Watlington

The parish church of St Leonards Watlington is located in South Oxfordshire. APi Sound & Visual were initially approached by their architect who is also a church member at St Leonards. We were requested to to design a projection system that was inconspicuous
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A Simple But Clever Solution For St Peters

St Peters Church Shaldon contacted us with a request for a replacement sound system. Nothing unusual in that you may say, however there were some requirements that at first glance were at odds with each other.
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American International Church

The American International Church London is based in a 1950s rebuild of a church destroyed in the Blitz. A barrel shaped ceiling running the entire length creates a difficult acoustic with unwanted reflections...
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