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Studio acoustic treatment layout

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by Kaza, Dec 24, 2018.

  1. Kaza

    Kaza Member

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    Hey guys, I have an odd shaped room that's sort of like an L shape but mostly a rectangle.... I'm not sure how else to explain it right now lol

    Any advice on where panels should go or is there a good video or something on this for people who are updating their studio?

    Room drawing


    Thanks!
     
  2. whitedoormixing

    whitedoormixing New Metal Member

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    Hey man,
    If possible, I d put the desk in the opposite wall. On the sides, rockwool panels (you can DIY) to catch early reflections (ER). On the corners, you can buy basstraps or use the same rockwool panels technique.
    Here is a site with tones of info regarding these topics.
    http://johnlsayers.com/phpBB2/index.php


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  3. Kaza

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    Yeah that makes a lot of sense why you'd suggest that. I should have made the drawing more detailed. There are doors were you out the desk. I ended up doing the room and it sounds so good in here... I had to put 5 corner traps and and 7 panels, which all are about 3 inches thick cause the room was way too boomy. Thanks though man! Lol
     
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    Glad to hear! You are welcome.
     

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