More software tools


Óscar Outumuro


Nowadays, the acoustic projects are always restricted by the budget. Most of the engineers and architects may think that acoustic insulation means overcost.

With SONarchitect we could show how, making a deep study of the whole building, an optimization of the budget is possible. Now we can improve the acoustic performance of the building just locating the worst points and the best points.

Improve the insulation of the worst cases and insert a cheaper solution in the best cases, you save money and the building gets a better acoustic efficiency.

Óscar Outumuro


Sound of Numbers is proud to introduce you the brand new members of the familiy. Three more software tools that will help the engineer in building and industrial acoustics projects.

We will release them very soon, but you can also follow us in Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIN where we will inform you about the progresses.

The little brother was born

If your work doesn't deal with big projects, if you have enough with a couple of rooms, we have created this product for you. It is just a limited version of SONarchitect for calculating the sound insulation according EN 12354 in only a pair of rooms.

FEM Noise prediction

Specially desinged for more precise low frequency sound levels indoor, with SONoise you will be able to predict sound power due to noisy activities according to FEM methods.

Importing an openBIM

IFC: Industry Foundation Classes is an open data schema for sharing building information among the different propietary softwares. SONifc allows you to view and transform an IFC model into a SONarchitect project.

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