Milo Fox is a Charcoalblue consultant on all aspects for room acoustic design and planning

Milo Fox


Milo provides consultancy in all aspects of acoustics for performing arts venues, including room acoustic design and planning, sound separation, and noise and vibration design.

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Following graduation from the Masters in Physics course at Queen Mary University of London, alongside his work as a musician and music teacher, Milo became a consultant with Charcoalblue in 2021, having interned and freelanced with the company since 2018 whilst completing his studies. Since then, he has worked on projects across the globe, focusing on all aspects of room acoustics, sound separation, and noise and vibration control, as well as being involved in many of the acoustics department’s research and development projects.

Since joining the London studio, Milo’s consultancy work has included room acoustics and sound separation design for The Kit Kat Club at the Playhouse Theatre, London, and environmental noise analysis for Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, alongside ongoing work on The Old Vic Annex, London, St George's Guildhall, King's Lynn, and the Podiumkunstensite, Leuven.

His research and development role for Charcoalblue’s acoustics department has included standardisation of software-based room acoustics predictions, and creation and management of their AutoCAD drawing standards.

If you were to establish your own venue, what would you call it?

Bolivar (Ba-Lues-Are), after the great Thelonious Monk tune.

What qualities should a 'great performance space' have?

It should have the ability to transport you to someplace far outside of your day-to-day life.

Supporting the industry internationally since 2004

The Queen's Awards for Enterprise: International Trade 2020 UK Theatre Tonic Theatre Communications Group Carbon Literate Orginisation - Silver
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