Real’s music school criticised for late night jamming
F.I.R guitarist, Real (also known as Ah Qin), opened a music school Real-Sky at Fuyang Street, Taipei last year. The school received flak recently for its loud noise due to its poor sound insulation.
“I could hear people singing and playing music at 12 midnight. This is definitely not the first time I have encountered such noise pollution,” said a neighbour.
According to other residents living nearby, the music school has yet to make necessary adjustments despite receiving several similar complaints.
The 33-year-old musician, who reportedly spent TW$15 million (approximately S$630,000) on the two-storey music academy and recording studio, made an official response to the bad reviews on Sunday.
He said: “I am really sorry for all the inconveniences caused. I have personally looked into the matter and will make sure that such late night jamming incidents will not happen again in the future.”
When asked if he would consider moving Real-Sky to a more exclusive area, Real’s manager replied, “We won’t be planning a move at this moment. Instead, we will work with renovating experts to increase the building’s sound insulation.”