Ok...as of now I'm using my 10x11 room as my "live" room. It's equipped with Auralex wall treatments, but it is small! I'm using my 12x14 room as my control room...also equipped with Auralex. The only reason I've been using this set up is so I don't have to cram band members in a 10x11 room loaded with my recording gear. Now I'm starting to think that I'm shooting myself in the foot by recording drums in such a small space. They really don't have any room to "breathe" so my un-educated mind tells me that this could be my problem to getting a better drum sound. In my mind having the smaller space makes the drums build up too many reflections too quickly which may be f'ing up my tracks. Yes I have Auralex, but I thought it would make matters worse to completely deaden the room so as of now there is only 25-30 percent coverage on the walls. What are your thoughts? Should I flip the rooms? Will that smaller change of space open up the high end in my drums? I would think they should start to sound a little more airy.