Hi all, Sunday i've finished the acoustic treatment in my home studio and everything seemed to play properly, but when I sat down at the listening position I noticed a phase cancellation on the low.
From the measurements there's a hole of -10db at 63 and 66Hz
I followed all the directions to the acoustic treatment, but this thing I do not know how to handle it.
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Can you help me, I'm desperate .
I'm taking an audio class and I'm on a homework question I can't seem to remember the answer (even though it seems to be a pretty easy question).
"If you cause phase cancellation at 1000hz, you experience cancellation at 2000hz, 4000hz, and 8000hz. What is this kind of phase cancellation called?"
Could anyone tell me what this is?
I know the overtones of a sound are multiples of the fundamental frequency (200Hz fundamental frequency, 400Hz, and 600Hz harmonics), which is kind of like the 1000Hz, 2000Hz, 4000Hz, etc.
I'm working on a holiday Cd with my choirs right now and hope to start recording in 3-4 weeks. I've been happy with using spaced omnis in the fair/poor room I record in and am beginning to experiment with MS to see if that technique will provide better results in the space.