Acoustic Treatment for All

Gallagher, Mat
June 2006
Mix;Jun2006, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p38
The article offers information on how to design and build a recording studio. It has various factors to consider upon designing a studio. First, acoustic foam that attenuates specific mid frequencies to high frequencies as well as minimizes reverberation and early reflections. Second, acoustic panels that provide diffusion and absorption, taming reflective surfaces by reflecting sound at different angles, and eliminating standing waves and flutter echo.


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