Franck Tchang is the person behind the marvels of acoustics. He is a Chinese emigré educated in America. In-demand member of the Paris diamond exchange and its first supplier of diamond jewelry to the Carrefour Group. Guitar session player with instruments of his own design. Expert of precious metal alloys and their acoustical properties. Dark horse of audio whose acoustic resonators at first met applause and ridicule in equal measure. Applause came from highly satisfied customers; ridicule from those who refused to attend his demonstrations but invoked existing theories to prove how these devices couldn't possibly work as claimed.
Whatever Franck Tchang pursues, he does so on his very own terms. He is intutive and relentlessly curious. Impossible is not a term that should be in the vocabulary of any real inventor!
Formal engineers, architects and acousticians have begun to acknowledge his skills. As such collaborations formalize in the future, Franck Tchang predicts many new applications for his technologies. To date, it's been primarily audiophiles who have enjoyed the fruits of his labors. "I work with air turbulence and compression effects. Sound is a natural feedback mechanism for the invisible behavior of air. Some audiophiles have trained themselves to hear subtle changes in the sound. They appreciate the specific benefits which my acoustic system approach gives."