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Room treatment

Discussion in 'Studio Construction & Acoustics Forum' started by zachzaba, Mar 20, 2007.

  1. zachzaba

    zachzaba Guest

    I have a large room that I have been recording in made of mostly cement blocks and has a metal pull up door. My basic idea was to cover the door with installation just so there wasn't a metallic bounce.
    But for the cement I was actually thinking of building rectangles or boxes made of 2x4's with cloth or absorbant materials on them. This way they can be different materials and shapes without completely sucking all the sound out of the room.
    If you have any recommendations please provide them (budget, of course, is the concern)
  2. DavidSpearritt

    DavidSpearritt Member

    DBA and Sound Engineer
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    This would be better posted in the Acoustics and Design forum.
  3. Ethan Winer

    Ethan Winer Member

    Audio engineer, musician, computer geek
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    My best advice is to read my Acoustics FAQ:


    It explains all of this in great detail.



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