@Brien Holcombe @kmetal Is it possible to add too much treatment to a room? Okay... this might appear to be a dumb question, ( and Brien, I apologize because this query isn't what you would call to be a "precise" scenario) but because I'm a nice guy and you both like me - LOL - could you guys humor me on this? I would like to know. Example... let's say I have a room in which I mix and record, and this space has been treated to the point where the acoustics/RT60 are fairly well-balanced overall. What would happen if a heavily padded cloth couch was brought into this room? Or a couple of chairs of similar construction - thick and dense? (LOL I'm sure that you guys are now thinking that I am of the same construction as well... thick and dense, ) Maybe those weren't the right examples to use, but I'm curious... is it possible to have too much BB absorption? Or, too much bass trapping... I'm not saying that the room would be treated to the point of being anechoic - or, maybe I am... ? What would the results be - for both recording and mixing - if the environment was anechoic, or at minimum, being very dead across the entire measurable frequency spectrum? Recording Scenario wise, let's say... for acoustic guitars and vocals, and mixing scenario-wise, any music that has an audibly full bandwidth? Thoughts?