The latest release of our NoiseTools software is now available to download!
On Sunday the 15th of March, Ashleigh, Jamie and the AMR team headed down to Derbyshire to take on the final round of the MSN Circuit Rally Championship at Donington Park.
We often get asked whether it’s possible to calculate the overall dB(A) value from a set of 1:1 octave band value. The short answer is yes, but there are a few things to consider, in terms of how the data has been measured and what it is being compared to.
On your sound level meter or noise meter, you will often see references to frequency weightings, but what does this mean?
Storm Jorge wasn’t getting in the way of success for Ashleigh Morris this weekend as she came out top of her class at Anglesey!
On Saturday the 15th of February, Ashleigh Morris faced the circuit at Snetterton for Round 5 of the MSN Circuit Rally Championship.
The anti-headphone argument typically goes something like: “People these days and their headphones. They can’t possibly work listening to music, not to mention it’s bad for morale if workers are in their own little worlds?”
Sunday the 2nd of February might’ve been cold and wet, but it was a fantastic day out for some of the Cirrus team as they supported Ashleigh Morris and Jamie Mactavish from the side-lines at Cadwell Park.
Today marks the beginning of Tinnitus Week, and here at Cirrus Research we’re driven to develop innovative instruments that will ultimately help to save people’s hearing from being irreparably damaged.
Our training courses aren’t just for those new colleagues that may need bringing up-to-speed with everything noise-related; they also provide a useful refresher for you and your current team.