#1December 26th, 2006 · 02:22 PM
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Room adjustments
I just moved into a different home, and as I was setting up the new studio, I found I was in a smaller room, with square walls, wall to wall carpeting, and all of the walls were Sheetrock/plaster ,and hard reflective surface. I did the hand clapping test and noticed significant ringing and an increase in low bass when transferring to a different room location for playback.

  I don't have any formal training in studio design so I started to research what to do and came up with few good informative web pages about this. I thought I would share them with bandamp so maybe some others might
benefit from their expertise
http://www.ethanwiner.com/acoustics.html
http://www.tweakheadz.com/recording_studio_accessories.html
#2March 19th, 2008 · 01:02 PM
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personally, I it depends on what type of sound your going for.  ie) hallow, rich, bright  -- so figure determine what your looking for in your recordings.
#3March 21st, 2008 · 07:02 PM
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yes agreed , The main thing I was working on was the room I do my mixing in. The freq peaks need to somewhat under control for a more even mix. 

As far as recording rooms . I use everything from recording outside to the tiled bathroom. Whatever works best for what I am trying to do.
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