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HEARSiGHT spent a bit of 2018 in Los Angeles creating the process to form the first black & white Acoustic Shoji Screen. In this video, a makeshift bamboo pole is seen being used to develop and tone the print in the LA River. Later in the year it would be stretched to the Manzanita live edge frame to complete the Acoustic Shoji Screen pictured suspended above the grassy pasture.

The Acoustic Shoji Screen is a visually preferable means of reducing reverb and echo in critical listening environments.