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The Art and Craft of Sound Design- Interview with Bishwadeep Chatterjee

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Shankar and Siddharth Mahadevan’s Lambodara Studios – Leaves you Breathless

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In Conversation With Sreejesh Nair

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Stained Class Productions - Beyond the Realms of Sound

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Independent Producers Blurb on their Music and Technology

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Acoustic and Audio System Design for Small Rooms - Part 1

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Harman Reigns Supreme in Indian Cinemas

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Recording To Records

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Delectable Asian cuisine blends seamlessly with a spell-binding audio experience at Nom Nom



Mumbai’s Nom Nom is the quintessential tour of Asia on a plate; with faint whiffs of lemongrass and crushed dried chillis, with condiments, spices, proteins, carbohydrates and coconut-rich meals servings your palate at any given time of the day. From crystal Dimsums (with water chestnut and exotic vegetables) and Bao (with shredded chicken in black pepper sauce) to stir-fries (wok tossed chicken with Schuan pepper and broccoli in soy sauce) to the Thai green curry with Jasmine rice, and of course Tab Tim Crob and more – Nom Nom aims to please the palate and the soul alike.

And much like Nom Nom’s selection of delectable cuisines—Thai, Indonesian, Singaporean, Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese and Malaysian – the ambience at the venue is evergreen and refreshing – like a warm breeze on a frigid wintery night. The open bar and kitchen concept of the venue is a fun concept – both spaces are cosy when compared to the spacious seating area which features interiors made of jute, wood and stone – all of which prove to be aesthetically pleasing. Circular cutouts of metallic gongs and scripts sourced from China fill one wall of the rectangular space and the other is a wooden screen wall with coloured glass inserts and custom wall lights. Concentric circles are strewn everywhere, from the table tops to the grainy kitchen wall. Even the small bar has backlit wire mesh bar apron behind vertical wooden fins with a backlit display, going well with the solid chocolate brown stone top. And the low-key Jazz music playing in the background consummated the interiors like sweet cherry on cake.


Reinforcing the lovely soothing music is the ever efficient and flamboyant professional audio system at Nom Nom, comprising an eclectic loudspeaker setup from world class brand Atlas Audio featuring the SM82T surface mounted install series speakers, complemented by ever impactful VS18 subwoofer from Nova Audio. While the SM82T loudspeakers provide for high quality crystal clear mid to high frequency reproduction, the VS18 subwoofers faithfully deliver the ever-crucial low frequency fidelity experience.

Rajesh Sadarangani – director of Rivera International, the official distribution partners of Nova Audio and Atlas Audio in India – explains how their team leveraged the quality and performance of the products selected for the project, as he shares, “The SM82T is an extremely efficient and dextrous loudspeaker – versatile application without ever compromising on quality and performance. The VS18 too is similar in its applicative use – low frequency impact that’s guaranteed to amaze. And another great facet about the system here is how effortlessly it blends in with the décor and interiors. A great ambience built around great sound! And we at Rivera International are extremely glad to have had the chance to commission good work for a great dining venue like Nom Nom.”


A member of the management at Nom Nom shares, “At the onset, we’d like to commend team Rivera International for the wonderful job they’ve done at Nom Nom. We’re extremely pleased with the quality of sound here - we can play the system loud when we want to, yet never have any complaints from our patrons about the quality of sound. That’s such an amazing thing. Our regulars love dining and lounging here at Nom Nom, and the ambience is one of the biggest attractions!”


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